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I'm claiming a parent-in-law who made less than $4k last year; where do I enter the person's w2 information?

 
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jerry2000
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I'm claiming a parent-in-law who made less than $4k last year; where do I enter the person's w2 information?

You don't. You can not claim a dependent's W-2 on your tax return. The Dependent has to file their own tax return and report it there.

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jerry2000
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I'm claiming a parent-in-law who made less than $4k last year; where do I enter the person's w2 information?

You don't. You can not claim a dependent's W-2 on your tax return. The Dependent has to file their own tax return and report it there.

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