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This is a question involving the case of a household which includes a woman, receiving only social security disability income (approx $6,600 annually), her daughter with earned income from wages ($12k), and the daughter's two sisters (both under age 19). The house is owned by the mother, but she does not file a tax return. The mother provides more than 50 percent of total support. Can the mother allow the wage earning daughter to claim the exemptions for her sisters using a multiple support agreement?

If so, can the wage earning daughter claim EIC for her sisters?
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