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Does someone on disability who only grossed about $1200.00 need to file a tax form or can I claim them as a dependent?

 
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Does someone on disability who only grossed about $1200.00 need to file a tax form or can I claim them as a dependent?

If that is the only income, then they may not have to file a tax return. Please see the faq below for who can be claimed as a dependent ( a dependent may be a qualifying child or a qualifying relative:(

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/5187060

See below on how to add or remove a dependent:

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/5263295

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Does someone on disability who only grossed about $1200.00 need to file a tax form or can I claim them as a dependent?

The 1200.00 was from a job.  Not his disability.  Does this answer still apply?
New Member

Does someone on disability who only grossed about $1200.00 need to file a tax form or can I claim them as a dependent?

You may claim him as long he meets all the requirements to be a qualifying child (you provided more than 50% of support) or qualifying relative ( did not make more than $4,050)
New Member

Does someone on disability who only grossed about $1200.00 need to file a tax form or can I claim them as a dependent?

If that is the only income, then they may not have to file a tax return. Please see the faq below for who can be claimed as a dependent ( a dependent may be a qualifying child or a qualifying relative:(

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/5187060

See below on how to add or remove a dependent:

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/5263295

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