Princeton’s Tax Department is here to help your Department comply with federal and state tax laws and acts as a resource for the University community with respect to tax issues. In addition to preparing and filing the University’s tax returns, we can assist you with questions related to current tax issues and the policies, procedures, and processes that guide them. Disclaimer: Feel free to contact us for information about University-related tax issues. However, our team does not offer personal tax advice, nor does the information on this website represent tax advice. For personal income tax questions, seek professional tax guidance.
- Here, you will find key information related to the University’s legal name and tax status, access to the W-9 form, and a link to Princeton University tax information for public view. If you have questions or are seeking additional information, feel free to contact the Tax Department.
- Classes: Find the latest letter, financial report questionnaire, and instructions. Organizations: Find the latest letter, financial report questionnaire, and instructions.
- Here you can find state tax and student and foreign national withholding information, and access a complete selection of Payroll-related tax forms.
- Learn about tax issues for foreign national students and employees, including Sprintax Calculus, access to the ITIN application, and Tax Treaty benefits.
Princeton University is a 501(c)(3) entity under the Internal Revenue Code and is exempt from federal income tax as an educational institution. Many states also recognize our 501(c)(3) status and offer a sales-tax exemption. For…
- Learn about taxes for Independent Contractors.
- Find general information about tax reporting, exemptions, and educational tax credits for students