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Old 10-18-2017, 08:19 AM
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Can my over age 26 dendent son qualify as a dependent

I am age 64, I gross about 67k a year in Texas. My son has no marketable skill. He worked for the first month of this year, flipping burgers, which is a lot less than 1k for the whole year. So I am furnishing almost all his support for this year. He is not a student. He helps on my mini-farm property, that's it. Is there no way I can claim him as a dependent? Because that is what he is, and nearly zero prospects for getting a job. He is not collecting workmen's comp or any assistance of any kind. He is totally dependent on my wife and I.



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