Internal Revenue Service United States Department of the Treasury
Module 4: Dependents

 

Part 1

Answer the following multiple-choice questions about dependents by clicking on the correct answers. To assess your answers, click the Check My Answers button at the bottom of the page.

  1. Is the Relationship Test met by each of the following: a brother, a sister, and a stepchild?
  • A. Correct.
  • B.
  1. Which person does not meet the Citizen or Resident Test?
  • A.
  • B. Correct.
  • C.
  • D.
  1. Which statement is true about the Gross Income Test?
  • A.
  • B.
  • C.
  • D. Correct.
Part 2

Sydney, a single U.S. citizen, is a 20-year-old full-time student at a university in Ohio. During the school year, Sydneys parents pay her tuition and room and board (about $12,000), and she works part-time to earn spending money. During the summer, Sydney works full-time in an assembly plant. For the entire year, Sydney earned $5,000. Sydney's parents cannot be claimed as dependents on another person's tax return. Answer the following multiple-choice questions by clicking on the correct answers to determine whether her parents can claim a dependency exemption for Sydney. To assess your answers, click the Check My Answers button at the bottom of the page.

  1. Is the Relationship Test met?
  • A. Correct.
  • B.
  1. Is the Citizen or Resident Test met?
  • A. Correct.
  • B.
  1. Is the Joint Return Test met?
  • A. Correct.
  • B.
  1. Is the Age Test met?
  • A. Correct.
  • B.
  1. Is the Support Test met?
  • A. Correct.
  • B.
  1. Is the Residency Test met?
  • A. Correct.
  • B.
  1. Can Sydney's parents claim a dependency exemption for Sydney?
  • A. Correct.
  • B.

 

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