So back to my question, do i need to go to an accountant now? Or i can take care of it myself?
You applied for the lifetime learning tax credit. The credit is for %20 of the first 10k spent on education in 2012. A credit reduces tax due.
If this is what you are going for and all they need is a corrected 1098t, why not just send it in? Its probably not worth fighting about the interest and fees that you owe.
The other option that you may have had was to take the Tuition and fees deduction. This would have reduced your taxable income by up to 4k. (You cannot take the deduction and the credit)
If this would have been more beneficial to you, possibly because of an increase in the EIC combined with lower income, you should ask someone whether its still possible to claim this for last year...
#myadvise is worth what you paid for it;)