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IRC 152

Internal Revenue Code (IRC) 152 – Dependent Defined

(a) In general

For purposes of this subtitle, the term “dependent” means –
(1) a qualifying child, or
(2) a qualifying relative.

(b) Exceptions

For purposes of this section –
(1) Dependents ineligible
If an individual is a dependent of a taxpayer for any taxable
year of such taxpayer beginning in a calendar year, such
individual shall be treated as having no dependents for any
taxable year of such individual beginning in such calendar year.
(2) Married dependents
An individual shall not be treated as a dependent of a taxpayer
under subsection (a) if such individual has made a joint return
with the individual’s spouse under section 6013 for the taxable
year beginning in the calendar year in which the taxable year of
the taxpayer begins.
(3) Citizens or nationals of other countries
(A) In general
The term “dependent” does not include an individual who is
not a citizen or national of the United States unless such
individual is a resident of the United States or a country
contiguous to the United States.
(B) Exception for adopted child
Subparagraph (A) shall not exclude any child of a taxpayer
(within the meaning of subsection (f)(1)(B)) from the
definition of “dependent” if –
(i) for the taxable year of the taxpayer, the child has the
same principal place of abode as the taxpayer and is a member
of the taxpayer’s household, and
(ii) the taxpayer is a citizen or national of the United
States.

(c) Qualifying child

For purposes of this section –
(1) In general
The term “qualifying child” means, with respect to any taxpayer
for any taxable year, an individual –
(A) who bears a relationship to the taxpayer described in
paragraph (2),
(B) who has the same principal place of abode as the taxpayer
for more than one-half of such taxable year,
(C) who meets the age requirements of paragraph (3),
(D) who has not provided over one-half of such individual’s
own support for the calendar year in which the taxable year of
the taxpayer begins, and
(E) who has not filed a joint return (other than only for a
claim of refund) with the individual’s spouse under section
6013 for the taxable year beginning in the calendar year in
which the taxable year of the taxpayer begins.
(2) Relationship
For purposes of paragraph (1)(A), an individual bears a
relationship to the taxpayer described in this paragraph if such
individual is –
(A) a child of the taxpayer or a descendant of such a child,
or
(B) a brother, sister, stepbrother, or stepsister of the
taxpayer or a descendant of any such relative.
(3) Age requirements
(A) In general
For purposes of paragraph (1)(C), an individual meets the
requirements of this paragraph if such individual is younger
than the taxpayer claiming such individual as a qualifying
child and –
(i) has not attained the age of 19 as of the close of the
calendar year in which the taxable year of the taxpayer
begins, or
(ii) is a student who has not attained the age of 24 as of
the close of such calendar year.
(B) Special rule for disabled
In the case of an individual who is permanently and totally
disabled (as defined in section 22(e)(3)) at any time during
such calendar year, the requirements of subparagraph (A) shall
be treated as met with respect to such individual.
(4) Special rule relating to 2 or more who can claim the same
qualifying child
(A) In general
Except as provided in subparagraphs (B) and (C), if (but for
this paragraph) an individual may be claimed as a qualifying
child by 2 or more taxpayers for a taxable year beginning in
the same calendar year, such individual shall be treated as the
qualifying child of the taxpayer who is –
(i) a parent of the individual, or
(ii) if clause (i) does not apply, the taxpayer with the
highest adjusted gross income for such taxable year.
(B) More than 1 parent claiming qualifying child
If the parents claiming any qualifying child do not file a
joint return together, such child shall be treated as the
qualifying child of –
(i) the parent with whom the child resided for the longest
period of time during the taxable year, or
(ii) if the child resides with both parents for the same
amount of time during such taxable year, the parent with the
highest adjusted gross income.
(C) No parent claiming qualifying child
If the parents of an individual may claim such individual as
a qualifying child but no parent so claims the individual, such
individual may be claimed as the qualifying child of another
taxpayer but only if the adjusted gross income of such taxpayer
is higher than the highest adjusted gross income of any parent
of the individual.

(d) Qualifying relative

For purposes of this section –
(1) In general
The term “qualifying relative” means, with respect to any
taxpayer for any taxable year, an individual –
(A) who bears a relationship to the taxpayer described in
paragraph (2),
(B) whose gross income for the calendar year in which such
taxable year begins is less than the exemption amount (as
defined in section 151(d)),
(C) with respect to whom the taxpayer provides over one-half
of the individual’s support for the calendar year in which such
taxable year begins, and
(D) who is not a qualifying child of such taxpayer or of any
other taxpayer for any taxable year beginning in the calendar
year in which such taxable year begins.
(2) Relationship
For purposes of paragraph (1)(A), an individual bears a
relationship to the taxpayer described in this paragraph if the
individual is any of the following with respect to the taxpayer:
(A) A child or a descendant of a child.
(B) A brother, sister, stepbrother, or stepsister.
(C) The father or mother, or an ancestor of either.
(D) A stepfather or stepmother.
(E) A son or daughter of a brother or sister of the taxpayer.
(F) A brother or sister of the father or mother of the
taxpayer.
(G) A son-in-law, daughter-in-law, father-in-law, mother-in-
law, brother-in-law, or sister-in-law.
(H) An individual (other than an individual who at any time
during the taxable year was the spouse, determined without
regard to section 7703, of the taxpayer) who, for the taxable
year of the taxpayer, has the same principal place of abode as
the taxpayer and is a member of the taxpayer’s household.
(3) Special rule relating to multiple support agreements
For purposes of paragraph (1)(C), over one-half of the support
of an individual for a calendar year shall be treated as received
from the taxpayer if –
(A) no one person contributed over one-half of such support,
(B) over one-half of such support was received from 2 or more
persons each of whom, but for the fact that any such person
alone did not contribute over one-half of such support, would
have been entitled to claim such individual as a dependent for
a taxable year beginning in such calendar year,
(C) the taxpayer contributed over 10 percent of such support,
and
(D) each person described in subparagraph (B) (other than the
taxpayer) who contributed over 10 percent of such support files
a written declaration (in such manner and form as the Secretary
may by regulations prescribe) that such person will not claim
such individual as a dependent for any taxable year beginning
in such calendar year.
(4) Special rule relating to income of handicapped dependents
(A) In general
For purposes of paragraph (1)(B), the gross income of an
individual who is permanently and totally disabled (as defined
in section 22(e)(3)) at any time during the taxable year shall
not include income attributable to services performed by the
individual at a sheltered workshop if –
(i) the availability of medical care at such workshop is
the principal reason for the individual’s presence there, and
(ii) the income arises solely from activities at such
workshop which are incident to such medical care.
(B) Sheltered workshop defined
For purposes of subparagraph (A), the term “sheltered
workshop” means a school –
(i) which provides special instruction or training designed
to alleviate the disability of the individual, and
(ii) which is operated by an organization described in
section 501(c)(3) and exempt from tax under section 501(a),
or by a State, a possession of the United States, any
political subdivision of any of the foregoing, the United
States, or the District of Columbia.
(5) Special rules for support
For purposes of this subsection –
(A) payments to a spouse which are includible in the gross
income of such spouse under section 71 or 682 shall not be
treated as a payment by the payor spouse for the support of any
dependent, and
(B) in the case of the remarriage of a parent, support of a
child received from the parent’s spouse shall be treated as
received from the parent.

(e) Special rule for divorced parents, etc.

(1) In general
Notwithstanding subsection (c)(1)(B), (c)(4), or (d)(1)(C), if –

(A) a child receives over one-half of the child’s support
during the calendar year from the child’s parents –
(i) who are divorced or legally separated under a decree of
divorce or separate maintenance,
(ii) who are separated under a written separation
agreement, or
(iii) who live apart at all times during the last 6 months
of the calendar year, and –
(B) such child is in the custody of 1 or both of the child’s
parents for more than one-half of the calendar year, such child
shall be treated as being the qualifying child or qualifying
relative of the noncustodial parent for a calendar year if the
requirements described in paragraph (2) or (3) are met.
(2) Exception where custodial parent releases claim to exemption
for the year
For purposes of paragraph (1), the requirements described in
this paragraph are met with respect to any calendar year if –
(A) the custodial parent signs a written declaration (in such
manner and form as the Secretary may by regulations prescribe)
that such custodial parent will not claim such child as a
dependent for any taxable year beginning in such calendar year,
and
(B) the noncustodial parent attaches such written declaration
to the noncustodial parent’s return for the taxable year
beginning during such calendar year.
(3) Exception for certain pre-1985 instruments
(A) In general
For purposes of paragraph (1), the requirements described in
this paragraph are met with respect to any calendar year if –
(i) a qualified pre-1985 instrument between the parents
applicable to the taxable year beginning in such calendar
year provides that the noncustodial parent shall be entitled
to any deduction allowable under section 151 for such child,
and
(ii) the noncustodial parent provides at least $600 for the
support of such child during such calendar year.
For purposes of this subparagraph, amounts expended for the
support of a child or children shall be treated as received
from the noncustodial parent to the extent that such parent
provided amounts for such support.
(B) Qualified pre-1985 instrument
For purposes of this paragraph, the term “qualified pre-1985
instrument” means any decree of divorce or separate maintenance
or written agreement –
(i) which is executed before January 1, 1985,
(ii) which on such date contains the provision described in
subparagraph (A)(i), and
(iii) which is not modified on or after such date in a
modification which expressly provides that this paragraph
shall not apply to such decree or agreement.
(4) Custodial parent and noncustodial parent
For purposes of this subsection –
(A) Custodial parent
The term “custodial parent” means the parent having custody
for the greater portion of the calendar year.
(B) Noncustodial parent
The term “noncustodial parent” means the parent who is not
the custodial parent.
(5) Exception for multiple-support agreement
This subsection shall not apply in any case where over one-half
of the support of the child is treated as having been received
from a taxpayer under the provision of subsection (d)(3).
(6) Special rule for support received from new spouse of parent
For purposes of this subsection, in the case of the remarriage
of a parent, support of a child received from the parent’s spouse
shall be treated as received from the parent.

(f) Other definitions and rules

For purposes of this section –
(1) Child defined
(A) In general
The term “child” means an individual who is –
(i) a son, daughter, stepson, or stepdaughter of the
taxpayer, or
(ii) an eligible foster child of the taxpayer.
(B) Adopted child
In determining whether any of the relationships specified in
subparagraph (A)(i) or paragraph (4) exists, a legally adopted
individual of the taxpayer, or an individual who is lawfully
placed with the taxpayer for legal adoption by the taxpayer,
shall be treated as a child of such individual by blood.
(C) Eligible foster child
For purposes of subparagraph (A)(ii), the term “eligible
foster child” means an individual who is placed with the
taxpayer by an authorized placement agency or by judgment,
decree, or other order of any court of competent jurisdiction.
(2) Student defined
The term “student” means an individual who during each of 5
calendar months during the calendar year in which the taxable
year of the taxpayer begins –
(A) is a full-time student at an educational organization
described in section 170(b)(1)(A)(ii), or
(B) is pursuing a full-time course of institutional on-farm
training under the supervision of an accredited agent of an
educational organization described in section 170(b)(1)(A)(ii)
or of a State or political subdivision of a State.
(3) Determination of household status
An individual shall not be treated as a member of the
taxpayer’s household if at any time during the taxable year of
the taxpayer the relationship between such individual and the
taxpayer is in violation of local law.
(4) Brother and sister
The terms “brother” and “sister” include a brother or sister by
the half blood.
(5) Special support test in case of students
For purposes of subsections (c)(1)(D) and (d)(1)(C), in the
case of an individual who is –
(A) a child of the taxpayer, and
(B) a student,
amounts received as scholarships for study at an educational
organization described in section 170(b)(1)(A)(ii) shall not be
taken into account.
(6) Treatment of missing children
(A) In general
Solely for the purposes referred to in subparagraph (B), a
child of the taxpayer –
(i) who is presumed by law enforcement authorities to have
been kidnapped by someone who is not a member of the family
of such child or the taxpayer, and
(ii) who had, for the taxable year in which the kidnapping
occurred, the same principal place of abode as the taxpayer
for more than one-half of the portion of such year before the
date of the kidnapping, shall be treated as meeting the requirement of subsection
(c)(1)(B) with respect to a taxpayer for all taxable years
ending during the period that the child is kidnapped.
(B) Purposes
Subparagraph (A) shall apply solely for purposes of
determining –
(i) the deduction under section 151(c),
(ii) the credit under section 24 (relating to child tax
credit),
(iii) whether an individual is a surviving spouse or a head
of a household (as such terms are defined in section 2), and
(iv) the earned income credit under section 32.
(C) Comparable treatment of certain qualifying relatives
For purposes of this section, a child of the taxpayer –
(i) who is presumed by law enforcement authorities to have
been kidnapped by someone who is not a member of the family
of such child or the taxpayer, and
(ii) who was (without regard to this paragraph) a
qualifying relative of the taxpayer for the portion of the
taxable year before the date of the kidnapping,
shall be treated as a qualifying relative of the taxpayer for
all taxable years ending during the period that the child is
kidnapped.
(D) Termination of treatment
Subparagraphs (A) and (C) shall cease to apply as of the
first taxable year of the taxpayer beginning after the calendar
year in which there is a determination that the child is dead
(or, if earlier, in which the child would have attained age
18).
(7) Cross references
For provision treating child as dependent of both parents for
purposes of certain provisions, see sections 105(b),
132(h)(2)(B), and 213(d)(5).