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Old 02-03-2010, 10:45 AM
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home buyer credit

A friend purchased a home from a sister in 2009. Jackson Hewitt refused to file for the credit on friend's 2009 return stating the selling sister is a related party disqualifying the purchaser from receiving the credit. My reading of the instructions indicates a sister is not a related party for purposes of the home buyer credit. Am I correct and can my friend claim the credit?



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