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IMPORTANT 1098-T Information
Your 2013 1098-T statement is available now online at 1098T If you received an email from Tax Credit Reporting Service (TCRS) regarding your 2013 1098-T, the email is legit. The University of California has contracted with the Tax Credit Reporting Service (TCRS) to electronically produce your IRS Form 1098-T Tuition Statement.



Important Information
If you registered late or still have current or prior term debt, you must be prepared to make full payments by the Final Fee Payment Deadline of April 11, 2014. If your account balance including your late fees are not paid in full you will be dropped from your classes. If you are participating in Deferred Payment Plan (DPP) your second installment is due by April 15, 2014. Estimated Financial Aid on your statement was applied to your outstanding balance on March 21, 2014. Refund checks will be available on March 27, 2014. Student Accounting and Cashier's Office will be closed March 28, 2014 in observance of Cesar Chavez Holiday.



Reading the Student Bill

 

Student Billing Statement

1 Due Date: The date any amount listed in the “Amount Due” field must be received. Postmarks are not accepted. All billing components listed on the bill have the same due date.
2 Amount Due: If this is a positive number, it is the amount you owe on the “Payment Due Date”. If this is a zero balance you do not owe anything on this billing statement.
3 Important Information: This is an area reserved for important announcements regarding your billing statement.
4 Previous Balance: Any amounts previously billed, and not paid, would be carried forward from the previous billing statement.
5 Payments and Credits: This is the aggregate amount of all payments and credits received since the last billing statement (itemization of this amount shown below in the transaction detail section). The payments and credits will normally display a negative amount and reduce the total new balance.
6 Purchases and Adjustments: This is the aggregate amount of all purchases and adjustments assessed since the last billing statement (itemization of this amount shown below in the transaction detail section). Purchases and Adjustments will normally display a positive amount and will increase the total new balance.
7 Estimated Financial Aid: The potential award that may be applied after the Financial Aid Office completes review process and disburses aid. For Financial Aid to fully disburse, you must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 units; waitlisted units do not count. Estimated financial aid will normally display a negative amount and reduce the total new balance (itemization of this amount shown below in the transaction detail section).
8 Amount Deferred: The aggregate amount of charges assigned to the Deferred Payment Plan, if a student has enrolled in the plan. The amount deferred will display as a zero if there has been no election to participate in the plan. The amount deferred will display a negative amount if charges are assigned after election in the plan (itemization of this amount shown below in the transaction detail section).
9 New Total Balance: Reflects the summation of all activity, including the application of financial aid awards. The new total balance will display as a positive amount and represents amount due. Or, the new total balance will display as a negative amount and represents the amount of potential refunds.




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