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As a single dependent on someone else's return what should be my standard deduction?

 
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As a single dependent on someone else's return what should be my standard deduction?

 If you can be claimed as a dependent by another taxpayer, your standard deduction for 2018 is limited to the greater of: (1) $1,050, or (2) your earned income plus $350 up to a maximum of the regular standard deduction (for single $12,000).

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Level 1

As a single dependent on someone else's return what should be my standard deduction?

 If you can be claimed as a dependent by another taxpayer, your standard deduction for 2018 is limited to the greater of: (1) $1,050, or (2) your earned income plus $350 up to a maximum of the regular standard deduction (for single $12,000).

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As a single dependent on someone else's return what should be my standard deduction?

For purposes of calculating the standard deduction, taxable scholarship income is considered earned income, if properly reported on line 1 of form 1040