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Can the head of the household claim their significant other that has little income if they supported that person?

 
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Can the head of the household claim their significant other that has little income if they supported that person?

To file as HOH you have to have a qualifying child.  Your SO can be your deduction if that person lived with you all year,you provided more than half of his/her support and he/she earned less than $4,050.

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Can the head of the household claim their significant other that has little income if they supported that person?

To file as HOH you have to have a qualifying child.  Your SO can be your deduction if that person lived with you all year,you provided more than half of his/her support and he/she earned less than $4,050.

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