Module 4: Dependents
Taxpayers reduce their taxable incomes for each dependency exemption claimed. A dependent may be either a "Qualifying Child" or a "Qualifying Relative."
To claim a dependency exemption, all of the dependency tests must be met for a Qualifying Child or Qualifying Relative.
Tax Tutorial - Dependents Discover how to determine whether a person can be claimed as a dependent.
Fact Sheet - Dependents Print this fact sheet on dependents.
Simulation 4A - Identifying Dependents as a Single Taxpayer Help Michael Brand, a single taxpayer with no children, determine if he can claim dependency exemptions.
Simulation 4B - Identifying Dependents as a Single Taxpayer with Children Help Samantha Nichols, a single taxpayer with one child, determine if she can claim dependency exemptions.
Simulation 4C - Identifying Dependents Help Sandya Prashad, a single taxpayer whose lives with her father, determine if she can claim dependency exemptions.
Assessment - Dependents Review your understanding of dependents.
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