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My son is a dependent, full-time student He is taking a summer job at a camp, but will be making a limited amount of money. Can he claim exempt on his W-4?

 
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My son is a dependent, full-time student He is taking a summer job at a camp, but will be making a limited amount of money. Can he claim exempt on his W-4?

If he will be a full time student and your dependent, he can make up to $6,350 in 2017 and have $0 income tax.  So if so, have him go exempt.  

If he is going to make more than that, I would not go exempt.  

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My son is a dependent, full-time student He is taking a summer job at a camp, but will be making a limited amount of money. Can he claim exempt on his W-4?

If he will be a full time student and your dependent, he can make up to $6,350 in 2017 and have $0 income tax.  So if so, have him go exempt.  

If he is going to make more than that, I would not go exempt.  

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