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2013 6744 Test – Basic Course

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Basic Scenario 1: Wendy Gordon

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Wendy was a full-time student during 2013.

Her only income was $8,000 in wages.

She lived with her parents all year, but they told her they will not claim her.

Wendy does not provide more than half of her own support.

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d.Wendy can claim 1 exemption, because her parents have decided not to claim her.

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a.No, because she is the qualifying child of her parents.

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Basic Scenario 2: Joanne Parks

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Basic Scenario 5: Jim Wells and Sally Fulton

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Basic Scenario 7: Warren and Shirley Graves

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Basic Scenario 7: Test Questions

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Basic Scenario 8: Test Questions

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