The Tax Guidance for Nonresident Aliens website is a resource for foreign nationals—including students, scholars, employees, and suppliers—receiving payments from MIT. The website also includes information to assist in fulfilling U.S. and state tax compliance obligations.

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For U.S. tax resident resources visit Tax Guidance for U.S. Residents.

Tax Workshop for Nonresident International Students (Tax Year 2022)
Generally, International Students in the U.S. five years or less

Recorded live: Tuesday, February 21, 2023 

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Tax Workshop for U.S. Citizens and Resident Students and Scholars
International Students in the U.S. for more than 5 years; International Scholars for more than two years; U.S. Legal Permanent Residents

Recorded live: Tuesday, March 7, 2023

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Updated: March 17, 2023

The federal income tax filing due date for individuals for tax year 2022 is Tuesday, April 18, 2023

The deadline for the Massachusetts individual state income tax return filing is Tuesday, April 18, 2023. Please consult state tax agency websites for information on filing deadlines in states other than Massachusetts.

The FAQ for Tax Filing is updated for tax year 2022.

Tax Year 2023

Tax Workshop for MIT Graduate Students

  • Sprintax Calculus and Sprintax Returns
  • Residency status
  • Federal and state filing requirements
  • Tax treaty benefits
  • MIT distributed tax forms

Presented: Thursday, October 26, 2023

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