Tax Law (Questions About Taxes)/MW507

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My dad claims me as an exemption on his taxes so I can't claim myself. I am currently filling out a MW507 and it says if I received my full refund last year them I can claim an exemption. Can I claim the exemption without messing up my dad's taxes?

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Kay:

If the MW 507 does for the Maryland Tax calculation as the W-4 does for the Federal Tax calculation.  Then yes you can claim yourself as an exemption for future tax payment deducted from you gross pay at work.  It would not effect your dad's 2013 tax return.

John

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John L. Tidwell

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Unemployment tax law both state and federal; determination of employer employee relationship; the usual 20 commonlaw factors for making that determination; and what makes me a liable employer.

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Over 20 years of field audit experience with a state agency

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Degree in Accounting from Falls Business College

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