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Can a 22 year old student be claimed on there parents taxes even if the do not live at home and live in another town permanently?

Student also made over $8,000 for 2017
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Can a 22 year old student be claimed on there parents taxes even if the do not live at home and live in another town permanently?

The IRS has an interactive tool that will guide you on who can be claimed as a dependent.

https://www.irs.gov/help/ita/whom-may-i-claim-as-a-dependent


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Can a 22 year old student be claimed on there parents taxes even if the do not live at home and live in another town permanently?

The IRS has an interactive tool that will guide you on who can be claimed as a dependent.

https://www.irs.gov/help/ita/whom-may-i-claim-as-a-dependent


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Can a 22 year old student be claimed on there parents taxes even if the do not live at home and live in another town permanently?

If you have legitimately established your domicile  (your permanent home) away from your parents, and you lived in it for more than 6 months of 2017, and you're not just temporarily away to attend school, and given your income of $8,000., you cannot be claimed as a dependent by your parents.

**Answers are correct to the best of my ability but do not constitute tax or legal advice.**

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