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Old 02-07-2015, 11:27 AM
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I screwed up...please help

In 2013, my then 23 yr old daughter was in college full time but also worked 30 hrs/week. I claimed her as a dependent on my taxes since I did provide more than half of her support. I did not think she needed to file since I claimed her. I am finding out now that she should have filed her own taxes as well. I'm not quite sure what to do now. I'm assuming she should have filed both Federal and state (MA) returns. Her only income is her wages ($20,000) - no interest, dividends or anything like that. She had health insurance for the full year through my me. I'm sick about this and really can't afford to go a tax professional. Are we in serious trouble??? Is this going to be a big deal to rectify??? I want this taken care of before we file this years returns (I am not claiming her for 2014) because she is likely going to get a refund.
Thank you for any advice, reassurance anyone can give me.

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