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...If he, for instance, saves all of his paycheck for future support when his Mom is no longer available, then he is paying nothing for his own current support and qualifies as a dependant child.
Remember, the criteria is how much he pays towards current household expenses, not how much he earns.

Yes, I think that is pretty much the case which I'll veryify with his mother just to be sure. Thanks, gsgreen, for restating and emphasizing Phil's comments. I do appreciate it.
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