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Old 01-28-2014, 10:42 AM
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tax form 8332

Recently I remarried and changed my name, I havent changed the name on my social security card yet. A few years ago I signed the 8332 tax form for my ex-husband to claim our 4 children on his taxes for all furture years. After I change my name on my social security card do I need to sign another 8332 tax form with my new last name?



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Old 01-28-2014, 12:08 PM
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#1;Recently I remarried and changed my name, I havent changed the name on my social security card yet. A few years ago I signed the 8332 tax form for my ex-husband to claim our 4 children on his taxes for all furture years.


#2; After I change my name on my social security card do I need to sign another 8332 tax form with my new last name?
#1;ok.however,just for reference, an 8332 signed for future years can be revoked by signing a different part of the form. It has to be given to the non-custodial parent, but it can be pretty hard to prove that it wasn't . You can also use Form 8832 to revoke a dependency exemption that you had previously released.A revocation is not immediate; it goes into effect for the year after you provide the noncustodial parent with a copy of the revocation.


#2;your ne name is not required to file form 8332 for yur ex; in lieu of form 8332, the noncustodial parent may attach a written declaration conforming to the substance of form 8332. To meet the requirements of IRC ,this statement must include the Name of the dependent child.
Year(s) for which the claim to the exemption has been released.
Signature of the custodial parent confirming consent to release the tax exemption. Social Security number of the custodial parent. Date of the custodial parent’s signature. Name and Social Security number of the parent claiming the exemption.



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Old 01-28-2014, 07:55 PM
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Thanks for your help! I just want to make sure I understand this correctly. Do I need to sign another form 8332 with my new married name or can my ex husband use the one I have a few years ago with my old name? I just don't want his return to get rejected and it cause problems.



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Old 01-28-2014, 09:02 PM
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Do I need to sign another form 8332 with my new married name or can my ex husband use the one I have a few years ago with my old name? I just don't want his return to get rejected and it cause problems.
The IRS probably won't care much as long as both parents don't try to claim the child as a dependent. Then it falls back to the terms of the divorce decree.The form gives away the dependent unless and until the form is revoked;your ex can use the one you have a few years ago with your old name aslong as it is valid and is not revoked. As yu release your claim to the exemption for long-term support, your ex must attach the 8332 form (or a signed letter from you giving up the exemption) for any future year in which you claim the benefit.



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Ok, perfect! Thanks again for your help!



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