My daughter is 18 and going to college full time. She has a part time job. Can we still claim...
her as a dependent on our taxes?
Yes, you can still claim your daughter unless she wants to claim herself, which she can do. The age limit to claim your child is 23 and I'm sure you know that it makes a big impact on the amount you might owe and get back during tax time. Having a dependent when filing is definitely beneficial. Also there is a little loop whole if she makes too much in one year you won't be able to claim her, but typically someone working part time won't hit that mark.
by Credence2 5 years ago
It has got to be an employer's market, a cousin of mine called and said that he got a job. The employer said that he was to work part time and was expected to be on call virtually at all times the store was open. Of course, no benefits outside the crappy compensation. What the hell is going on...
by Deleted 8 years ago
How many moms or new moms can handle have a part time job? I know its stress but is it worth it?I looking into getting a part time job. I just want to know how other mothers dealt with taking care of their little one and having a part time job.
by tdebrick 6 years ago
What's your part time job?
by cwebb24 9 years ago
My son is 26 not working and is a full time college student, can I claim him for the 2009 tax year?
by R D Langr 6 months ago
Is it better to fill up your gas tank all at once, or little by little ($15 at a time).I drive a moderate amount, and I usually fill up my tank with about $15 worth a time, unless its at a low price or I'm going on a long trip--then I fill it up completely. Is this an economically efficient...
by qtkeeks 8 years ago
Would you work a job for mininum wage as a 2nd part time job and you only get 8 hours a week? Is...it really beneficial?
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