What would you put on the return? And what would you expect to happen? The Earned Income Credit requires that you have earned income. There is no scenario under which you would get a refund, nor do you qualify for the Economic Stimulus Payment -- unless you are receiving Social Security payments. If you are receiving Social Security payments, you should file solely to get the Economic Stimulus payment. Use Form 1040-A and show the payments as pension income. You do not need to put any other numbers on the form.
No - 'special ed student' refers to a student who needs additional learning support in school or college, most autistic people do not require additional learning support.
Student status will not exempt you from paying support. However, support is based on a percentage of net income.
yes but sometime no because they dont no where or what town he is from
Larry M. David has written: 'Gaining faculty and administrative support for student success courses' -- subject(s): College student orientation, College student development programs, Study skills
You need a motion to modify approved by the court.
I am unable to locate a Langara College on the internet. Most colleges however will offer student support services or at least assist a student in locating necessary services.
No, regardless of your age, you are emancipated by being married and therefor does not get child support.
Probably not, but it depends on the laws in your area and what the support agreement actually says. Contact a lawyer to find out.