Scenario 1 tax test Essay

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Scenario 1: Wendy Gordon Interview Notes Wendy is 20 years old, single, and a U.S. citizen with a valid social security number. On Wendy’s Intake and Interview sheet, she answered “Unsure” to the question, “Can anyone claim you or your spouse on their tax return?” During the interview with Wendy, you determine the following facts: Wendy was a full-time student during 2014. Her only income was $6,400 in wages. She lived with her parents all year, but they told her they will not claim her on their 2014 return. Wendy's parents are required to file a return. Wendy does not provide more than half of her own support. 1. Wendy can claim one personal exemption on her 2014 tax return. False Interview Notes Wendy is 20 years old, single, and a…show more content…
They have one child, Naomi, who is 3 years old and lived with them all year. Paul, Jessica, and Naomi lived in the U.S. all year and have Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs). They are not U.S. citizens. Paul earned $32,000 in wages. Jessica earned $5,000. They had no other income. Paul and Jessica provided all the support for Naomi. 7. Paul and Jessica are not required to file a tax return. False Interview Notes Paul, age 24, and Jessica, age 22, are married and want to file a joint return. They have one child, Naomi, who is 3 years old and lived with them all year. Paul, Jessica, and Naomi lived in the U.S. all year and have Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs). They are not U.S. citizens. Paul earned $32,000 in wages. Jessica earned $5,000. They had no other income. Paul and Jessica provided all the support for Naomi. 8. Paul and Jessica are eligible to claim the earned income credit. True Interview Notes Paul, age 24, and Jessica, age 22, are married and want to file a joint return. They have one child, Naomi, who is 3 years old and lived with them all year. Paul, Jessica, and Naomi lived in the U.S. all year and have Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs). They are not U.S. citizens. Paul earned $32,000 in wages. Jessica earned $5,000. They had no other income. Paul and Jessica provided all the support for Naomi. 9. May Paul and Jessica claim Naomi as a dependent on their tax return? D. No, because Paul,
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