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Subject: Son 22 yrs old Date: 1/23/2005 8:58 AM
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I have a son that recently has graduated from college.
22yrs old.
He still lives home and I provide for him( he pays school loans and
his own bills, plus car insurance)
Question:
In his final year 2003-2004 of college we paid some college bills in 2003 and the rest in 2004.
He is employed full time now ,since May, and makes about $10.50/hour
What are the rules, can I still claim him as a dependent on my tax return or not?
Is there an income level for him that dictates that I not claim him anymore?

thanks.

MEG
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