Asked by Tstepsr67  |  Submitted January 08, 2017

Can we claim my mother-in-law as a dependent on our taxes if she lived with us this year?

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March 08, 2018

An in-law can be a dependent like any other relative. They would be called a qualified relative. The main criteria is that you provide more than half their support and they live with you (in the case of a parent, their own house) for more than half the year

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