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Old 01-30-2010, 05:33 PM
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Does my teenage daughter have to file?

My daughter received a 1099-misc form with box 7 filled in with $1000. This is nonemployee compensation. This basically was a scholarship she was awarded while she was doing volunteer work at a hospital during her summer break. She is 17. Is she required to file a tax return for this amount? ANd if she does, what line would it go on on form 1040 ? Thank you.



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