We live together in Michigan and have one son, I only worked live a month last year and was going back to school. I read that if he can claim me that he can also claim my interest on my student loans, and tuition for school. Also, what do you need to bring when you file your taxes if you are in school? I know you need the paper work from the college but about about from your lenders? Thank You for your help :)
I am a full time college student who had a baby this year . I wonder if I am a student and my parents are still able to claim me despite having a child ? I can receive federal grants for school through FAFSA together with loans and wonder if I do not pretend that my child will be taken away or not does not matter , if you do not mind then my boyfriend claim was daughter ?
I need opinions . I loaned my ex - boyfriend put $ 500 down payment for a club so he could have a party to make a little money to start a business . the part that was supposed to be on July 24, 2009 . He also had a barbecue , I paid, which was supposed to charge people for liquor and food. He did not charge people for liquor or food . Now I'm out the $ 500 I spent for your barbecue . We only had verbal agreements . Now we are no longer together and he did not want to pay money for the barbecue and he lets me know if he still has the party. I want to sue him for the $ 1000. I emailed several times saying " you owe me money just to get my money back " and " we can make payment arrangements for my money back ." He has responded with statements like : "I'll give you your **** " and " just wait I 'll give you your money , I have to start working first. " Do you think that's enough for me to win my case ? The only reason I 'm suing is because it is being a jerk about the situation. I said I could wait , but I would have to stay informed about the game and things, but it is not. He also said he left New York and when he returned to Brooklyn . Through a research , I realized that you have perfect attendance , which means it is somewhere in or near Brooklyn . Statements I have the money I spent because I used my debit card and I have the email from him saying that he will pay me when you get a job and returns to Brooklyn . In their emails never says how much he should or what . So my question is : DO YOU THINK I CAN WIN THIS TRIAL ?
We've been living together for 9 years and last year was the first that he paid for everything...my student loans, bills, food, etc. When I was younger and working, my father tried claiming me even though he didn't pay for anything, and the IRS agent said he had to pay more than 50% to be able to claim me. I was just wondering if this was true for anyone who pays more than 50%-being able to claim someone as a dependant, or if it applies only to family.
Wife say was sexual abuse from the age of 16, his mother
I lived with my grandparents since just before turning 16, I have 19 years and now live in Pennsylvania. They have supported me in every way and gave me everything I need. (Food, housing, car, car maintenance, all) I went to college when I was 18 and retired in March 2011 on medical grounds. In 2010, my mother filled the forms for Parent-Plus loan, and what you are paying now. Not much, considering almost all of my studies was covered by scholarships and grants. I am paying back in 2700 that I, and my grandparents paid 2300 when he retired. My grandparents also paid my registration fee of $ 200, and $ 750 for my books, which was not reimbursed for my school, and I lived off campus with them while I was in school. I had a part time job after he retired, and I used my home address, with my grandparents. I just received my W-2 for that and the direction of my grandmother is in those papers. I have a part time job and I used my home, being, of course. My mother has claimed the last three years, even though I do not live there, because until I was 18, she threatened to get me back to her place, if I could not claim it. (Also, my grandparents live outside the school district attended, so it would have to change schools if she did not let me use her address.) So let me reclaim my grandparents. She also made my dad pay his maintenance until he retired from the university, or made me go back and bring it across maids and make you pay more. To be clear, my mother has always supported me since I was 16. And even before he moved out of his house, I spent most of my time with my grandparents and gave him money all the time to keep my sister and I, and it was not even us ... (Ranting, sorry.) She is trying to say that because she pays the Parent PLUS loan, you are allowed to claim me. And the only way I can claim my grandparents is if she does first. I do not make much money, so my grandparents undoubtedly contribute over 50% of my support. Probably closer to 75% or more. She also says that food and housing have nothing to do with what happens on the tax roles. My boyfriend also lives with my grandparents and I. He is also 19, and his mother says he can claim, because your work to this direction. My grandparents also had to declare bankruptcy for years and still paying everything off, but his lawyer knows that I live with them, so I thought I should add that, if that helps. And I applied for Medical Assistance and was approved a few months ago with my boyfriend and my grandparents and information management. I'm also on your car insurance and I adopted my pets from the shelter where I work with my address on it. Please someone help me or point to a website that can help me, because it really is not right for her to claim me, when my grandparents have been supporting me all this time. Is there any way I can get a lawyer of some kind to help me with this?
I graduated from college seven months ago and lived with them until November ( 3 months ago ) . 20g I made some last year and I wondered if I should claim my or my parents say I get the most money back? I paid about $ 1,000 in student loan interest as well. I appreciate all the help and thoughts!
My girlfriend and I live together and both work full time, but I can pay all the bills because a little more than minimum wage and most goes to student loan payments . I do have listed as a dependent partner / domestic for my benefit , and both my work and what benefits provider accepted the documentation I have provided even though not yet married . ? I can claim it as a dependent on my tax return for this year since we have lived together throughout the year , and if so , should I file as single with one dependent or head of household ? Thanks in advance !
My dad and I did not speak, for personal reasons. I know he has already filed their taxes and received a refund, and that he'd claimed as a dependent. I have not filed my taxes because I have been in the air as to whether or not it really should have claimed. I have 23 years and is a full time student (even during the summer of last year). I can pay tuition with private loans, and my dad is an endorsement of them. I live 600 miles away from my dad's house and I live in my own apartment all year (but he is my guarantor) near my university. I'm on your health and car insurance (despite not having a car) and occasionally going to get about 1/3 of my income into my bank account. I had two jobs last year and about $ 6400. The Turbo Tax says there are six criteria that a person must meet to be claimed as a dependent by their parents, and all 6 must be met to claim someone. This is what is listed: A qualifying child must meet all six of the following tests: 1. Status:. The child must be under the taxpayer or stepchild (whether by blood or adoption), foster child, brother or sister or a descendant of one of them 2. Age: The child must be: one. under age 19 at the end of the year and younger than you (or your spouse, if filing jointly), b. under age 24 at the end of the year, a full-time student for at least five months of the year and younger than you (or your spouse, if filing jointly) or c. any age if permanently and totally disabled at any time during the year. 3. Residence: The child must have the same principal residence as the taxpayer for more than half the year. Exceptions apply in certain circumstances, children of divorced or separated parents, kidnapped children, temporary absences, and for children who were born or died during the year. 4. Support:. The child must not provide more than half of his own support for the year 5. Status:. The child does not file a joint return for the year (unless the return is presented only as a claim for refund) 6. Tiebreaker rules: The child should only qualify as your qualifying child or if the child meets the requirements to be a qualifying child of more than one person, you must be the person entitled to claim the child as a qualifying child on the basis of the tie Switch rules. I'm not sure if more than half of my support, but never live at home. Should there be claimed as a dependent on me? If not, should I file my own tax return and brand anyone qualifies me to claim? If I have to claim as a dependent, I owe the IRS $ 75. If I can present as independent, I will receive a refund of $ 1,399. This is kind of a big difference, so if you can help me please, that would be great!
Ok . I have filed taxes in the past, but this is new. For 2008 , married , student loan , took a house and got a new job with retirement . What all I can put in my tax return? ¿ I can put my car sticker there? Interest and taxes on my house? student loans? etc? Also, I donated some new items (clothes ) to the good will and gave me a form, but only signed it and told me to join the clothing labels for the amount. How does that work ? Please help .