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 Does my step-dad have to claim me on his taxes in order to use his income on the FAFSA?

Answer You will be required to use your father's information on the FAFSA. If your mother was still living, you would use her information, along with her spouse (your step-father). However, since she is... Read More »
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How much income do i need to claim taxes?

If you are single, no one can claim you as a dependent, you are under 65 and made less than $9,350, then you do not need to file a federal return. If you are self-employed, any amount over $400 mus... Read More »
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How can a teen claim income taxes?

When it comes to paying taxes, very few are exempt. If a teenager meets the income criteria set forth by the Internal Revenue Service, a tax return must be filed.Not Claimed as a DependentIn 2009, ... Read More »
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Can you claim someone's child on your income taxes?

You can claim someone else's child under the age of 19 as a dependent if you provided a residence and support for more than half of the year. A student can be claimed until age 24. Qualifying relat... Read More »
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Do both parents have the right to claim their children on their income taxes?

When parents are divorced, the use of the children's exemptions is generally determined by the decree. It has nothing to do with who pays for what. The parent with whom the children reside for over... Read More »
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