Did your son already e-file his tax return and was it accepted? If yes, then most likely your son incorrectly reported that he could not be claimed on someone else's tax return.
I full paid all his living expenses for 2019.
There is no requirement for you the parent to provide your college student any support.Not. One. Single. Penny. The support requirement is on the student, and only the student. That requirement reads:
If the student did not provide more than half of the student's own support for the entire tax year, then the parents qualify to claim the student as a dependent on the parent's tax return. Third party income Scholarships, grants, 529 distributions, money from mom and dad, etc.) *DOES* *NOT* *COUNT* for the student providing their own support.
So if your son is an undergraduate, it his extremely doubtful that he provided more than half of his own support for the entire 365 day tax year.
He has on his firm that he could be claimed by another; & was a student. He just graduated in 2019. Worked pt after school ; & made $1200. His account seems linked to mine. I'm dmiernicki. My account is showing emiernicki above.
I'm a single parent with only my income to support. His federal shows he could be claimed by a parent, being a student in high school. Also how is his "emiernicki"; showing above, when I signed in under my info. That is really messing up my tax return, to no fault of my own. Please help me correct this issue, or delete my account. I've been dealing with this over a week. Ty Doug
Please tell me how to proceed to e-file my tax return? All my info is correct, & because of a full-time student's (my son) social security #, I lose over $2200.00 that I rightfully paid, & a few weeks longer waiting for my much needed tax return money.
Please help me resolve this issue, that is clearly no fault of my own. Direct me to proper associates to fix this, or please delete my sons accounts, or I will continue to have these issues, because I have 3-4 times trying to file my tax return.