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gruffy2018
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Do we still qualify for the other dependent tax credit if dependent is receiving SSDII in excess of the $4000+ amount indicated?

My disabled son is receiving $1,000+ a month in SSDI on my social security number. Will this disqualify us from taking an Otheer Dependent Tax Credit?

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Ashby
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Do we still qualify for the other dependent tax credit if dependent is receiving SSDII in excess of the $4000+ amount indicated?

Yes, he still qualifies. That does not count towards gross income for him.

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Ashby
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Do we still qualify for the other dependent tax credit if dependent is receiving SSDII in excess of the $4000+ amount indicated?

Yes, he still qualifies. That does not count towards gross income for him.

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