June 4, 2019 2:02 PM
Yes, you may be able to claim your daughter as a qualifying child if:
- She is under 19, or a full-time student and under 24 years of age. There is no age limit if she is permanently and totally disabled.
- She lives with you for more than half of the year (Temporary absences, like going to college does not count)
- You provided more than half of her support for the tax year
- You are the only person claiming her
See the article below for the rules about claiming a qualifying child.
Here is a worksheet that will help you determine if you provide more than half of your daughter's support:
Your daughter would file her own tax return and should check the box Someone else can claim me on their tax return in the personal information section.