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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 4: Personal and Dependency Exemptions; Filing Status; Determination of Tax for an Individual; Filing Requirements QUIZ 1. G and J are married and have three children: R, S, and C. R, age 19, was the star of the men's volleyball team at State University, where he was a full- time student in the current year. He received a scholarship valued at $8,000. G and J provide his other support of $4,000. S, who was a full- time high school student all year, worked part- time, earning $3,700. G and J spent $4,000 toward S's support. C was a high school freshman and had no income during the year. How many exemptions may G and J claim on their joint tax return? a. Two b. Three c. Four d. Five 2. Which one of the following items when spent is not included in support? a. Social security old age benefits spent on food. b. State aid to dependent children spent on rent. c. University scholarships for academic excellence....
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2010 for the course ACCT 402 taught by Professor Toleno during the Spring '10 term at Providence College.
- Spring '10