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coronabeer34
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Can I claim my 27 year old daughter as a dependent, who is not disabled, made less than $4,000 in 2017 and lived with me for the entire year?

 
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IsabellaG
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Can I claim my 27 year old daughter as a dependent, who is not disabled, made less than $4,000 in 2017 and lived with me for the entire year?

Yes, you could be able to claim her if:

  • You provided more than half of her support.
  • She made less than $4,050 in gross taxable income. 
  • She lived with you for the entire year.
  • She isn't a dependent on someone else’s taxes.
  • She isn't filing a joint return with someone else.
  • She is a U.S. citizen, resident alien, national, or a Canadian or Mexican resident. 
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IsabellaG
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Can I claim my 27 year old daughter as a dependent, who is not disabled, made less than $4,000 in 2017 and lived with me for the entire year?

Yes, you could be able to claim her if:

  • You provided more than half of her support.
  • She made less than $4,050 in gross taxable income. 
  • She lived with you for the entire year.
  • She isn't a dependent on someone else’s taxes.
  • She isn't filing a joint return with someone else.
  • She is a U.S. citizen, resident alien, national, or a Canadian or Mexican resident. 
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