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eddie-ponce7
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My dependant worked and made $4067.00 could I still add them to my taxes?

 
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jerry2000
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My dependant worked and made $4067.00 could I still add them to my taxes?

You can not claim the person. At age 31, the income limit of $4,050 applies. The person made more than that so you can not claim the person, nothing else matters.

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jerry2000
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My dependant worked and made $4067.00 could I still add them to my taxes?

How old is your dependent? Is your dependent an full time student?
eddie-ponce7
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My dependant worked and made $4067.00 could I still add them to my taxes?

My friend, didnt work the rest of the year I help pay for everything. Age 31
jerry2000
Alumni

My dependant worked and made $4067.00 could I still add them to my taxes?

You can not claim the person. At age 31, the income limit of $4,050 applies. The person made more than that so you can not claim the person, nothing else matters.

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eddie-ponce7
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My dependant worked and made $4067.00 could I still add them to my taxes?

Thank you clarifying that for me.
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