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tjdsocc22
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My son is 22, lives at home but works part time making 10K a year. He was diagnosed with Autism/Asbergers at an early age. Can I claim him?

Does not incur major medical expenses.
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PrinceA
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My son is 22, lives at home but works part time making 10K a year. He was diagnosed with Autism/Asbergers at an early age. Can I claim him?

In order to be your qualifying child, he must be unmarried and a US citizen, and meet the following requirements:

- He must be under age 19 or a full-time student under the age of 24, or any age if disabled.

- He must live with you more than half the year.

- He must not provide more than half his own support.

- He must not be the qualifying child of another taxpayer with higher priority under IRS tiebreaker rules.



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