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Old 04-03-2017, 02:38 PM
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Sister's Son in Law School


My sister's son is 25 years old and is in his third year of law school. He worked as an intern and earned a little under $5,000.

Can my sister claim him or does he have to file his own return. She provided the majority of his support.

Also, if she can claim him, can she get educational credits for any tuition fees and other expenses she paid for her son? Thank you.

PS: He was away from home the majority of the year. Thanks.

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