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32. Using the legend provided below, classify each statement as to the taxpayer for dependency exemption purposes. a. Taxpayer’s son has gross income of $7,000
b. Taxpayer’s niece has gross income of $3,000
c. Taxpayer’s uncle lives with him
d. Taxpayer’s daughter is age 25 but disabled
e. Taxpayer’s daughter is age 18 but does not live with him. Her gross income is
f. Taxpayer’s cousin does not live with herNot qualifying child or relativeg. Taxpayer’s brother does not live with her
Not qualifying child or relativeh. Taxpayer’s sister lives with him. She is age 17 and has dropped out of school. Qualifying Relativei. Taxpayer’s older nephew is age 23 and a full-time studentBoth qualifying relative and qualifying childj. Taxpayer’s grandson lives with her. His gross income is $7,000Qualifying Relative33. Determine the number of personal and dependency exemptions in each of the following independent situations. a. Leo and Amanda (ages 48 and 46, respectively) are husband and wife and furnish more than 50% of the support of their two children, Elton (age 18) and Trista (age 24). During the year, Elton earns $4,500 providing transportation for elderly persons with disabilities, and Trista receives a $5,000 scholarship for tuition at the law school she attends.
b. Audrey (age 45) is divorced this year. She maintains a household in which she, herex-husband, Clint, and his mother, Olive, live. Audrey furnishes more than 50% of the household’s support. Olive is age 91 and blind.

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