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In an April 10, 2000 article by TMF AnnC concering Roth IRA's for kids, she stated that children who work for their parents' business are exempt from self employment tax. I looked thru Publication 4: Students guide to Federal Income Tax and Publication 533 on Self Employment Tax and could not find a reference. Does anyone know is this can be substantiated? Thanks for any help anyone may provide.
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