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Should my partner claim me on her taxes?
First of all, if you did not live with your partner for ALL of 2015, then you CAN NOT be claimed on her 2015 taxes that she files in early 2016. Next. assuming you do live together ALL of next year, then her ability to claim you the following year will depend on a few things. First thing is how much money YOU get from any kind of disability income. If you make more than $4,000 per year, then your partner would have to prove that they pay more than 50% of your support compared to what you make from your disability income. Next, you do have to live together all year. And, you have to be sure that your state does not have any rules against…

living together. If there is a state rule against it, then you can’t claim a partner on taxes. If your partner could claim you, then your partner would file as single and claim you as a dependent. My advice would be to go to a tax professional and be completely honest about your disability income and her income and ask if she can claim you. Chances are very good that your partner can not claim you any time in the future.


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