Dana provided more than half of her fathers support and all the cost of keeping

Dana provided more than half of her fathers support

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Dana provided more than half of her father's support and all the cost of keeping up her father's home. Tom's only income was $6,800 in Social Security benefits. None of Tom's Social Security income is taxable, and he is not required to file a tax return. Dana had qualified employee health insurance coverage for all of 2016. Tom had Medicare Parts A and B coverage all year. Dana and Tom are U.S. citizens and have valid Social Security numbers. Test Questions:3A). Dana’s most advantageous allowable filing status is Single. TrueFalse3B). Dana's most advantageous allowable filing status is:A.Married Filing JointlyB.Qualifying WidowerC.Head of HouseholdD. Single 4A). Who has health insurance coverage that qualifies as minimum essential coverage? 4B). Both Dana and Tom have qualifying health insurance coverage (also known as minimum essential coverage) as defined under the Affordable Care Act.True
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PLEASE DO NOT WRITE ON THIS TESTFalseScenario 3: Julia HillsdaleInterview NotesJulia is 46 and made $32,000 in wages in 2016. She is single and pays all the cost of keeping up her home. Julia's daughter, Beth, lived with Julia all year. Beth is 27, single, and had no income in 2016. She is not disabled. Beth's baby, Piper, was born in November 2015. Piper lived in Julia's home since birth. Julia provides more than half of the support for both Beth and Piper. Julia, Beth, and Piper are all U.S. citizens with valid Social Security numbers. Test Questions:5A). Julia can claim Piper as a dependent.TrueFalse 5B). Who can claim Piper as a dependent?dependent.6A). Who can Julia claim as a qualifying child(ren) for the earned income credit?
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PLEASE DO NOT WRITE ON THIS TEST6B). Julia has no qualifying children for the earned income credit.TrueFalseScenario 4: Everett and Catherine BresciaInterview NotesEverett and Catherine lived in the U.S. all year and have Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs). They are not U.S. citizens and are not lawfully present inthe U.S. Everett, age 24, and Catherine, age 22, are married and want to file a joint return. They have one child, Emory, who is 3 years old and lived with them all year. Everett earned $32,000 in wages. They had no other income. Everett and Catherine provided all the support for Emory. Emory has a Social Security number and is a U.S. citizen. Everett and Catherine did not have any health insurance in 2016. Emory had minimum essential coverage (MEC) all year.
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