Chapter 8.2 Spring 12

Chapter 8.2 Spring 12 - Burkett Tax I - Chapter 8 Problem...

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Burkett – Tax I - Chapter 8 1 Problem 28, pg 8 - 34 28. Determine whether each of the following individuals can be claimed as a dependent in the current year. Assume that any tests not mentioned have been satisfied. a. Nico is 20 and a full-time college student who receives a scholarship for $11,000. Tuition, books, and fees total $15,000. His father gives him an additional $6,000 to pay for room and board and other living expenses. Qualifying child must pass five tests: age, non-support, relationship, principal residence, and citizenship Qualifying relative must also pass five tests: gross income, support, relationship, citizenship, and joint-return b. Lawrence pays $7,800 of his mother's living expenses. His mother receives $3,500 in Social Security benefits and $4,100 from a qualified employer retirement program, all of which is spent on her support. Qualifying child must pass five tests: age, non-support, relationship, principal residence, and citizenship Qualifying relative must also pass five tests: gross income, support, relationship, citizenship, and joint-return
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