Walter and nancy provide 60 of the support of their

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41: Walter and Nancy provide 60% of the support of their daughter (age 18) and son-in-law (age 22). The son-in-law (John) is a full-time student at a local university, while the daughter (Irene) holds various part-time jobs from which she earns $11,000. Walter and Nancy engage you to prepare their tax return for 2013. During a meeting with them in late March 2014, you
learn that John and Irene have filed a joint return. What tax advice would you give based on the following assumptions:
Examples 49, 51 and 52 42: Charlotte (age 40) is a surviving spouse and provides all of the support of her four minor children who live with her. She also maintains the household in which her parents live and furnished 60% of their support. Besides interest on City of Miami bonds in the amount of $5,500, Charlotte’s father received $2,400 from a part-time job. Charlotte has a salary of $80,000, a short-term capital loss of $2,000, a cash prize of $4,000 from a church raffle, and itemized deductions of $10, 500. Using the Tax Rate Schedules, compute the 2013 tax liability for Charlotte.

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