A good place to live is near Arkansas not that bad on Cost. Not much of taxes. ;-)
Whether you can claim a non-relative who is on disability depends where you live and the circumstances of the case. Generally, no you cannot, unless you can show you are caring for or supporting the person in some significant way.
I work in new york but i live in new jersey
At 18 you are an adult and if you no longer live with them or have them pay for your expenses they shouldn't claim you on the taxes.
Yes. They aren't an adult until they are 18 and if they still live in your home and you support them you can claim them on your taxes.
If you have paid for more than half of their support and they do not claim themselves on their taxes, I believe you can claim them as long as you have documentation to prove it.
No , unless the custodial spouse allows it.
Can you claim him on your taxes? If you live in the US, yes, you can, if he's a full-time student and would be considered your dependant.
yes because they are minors
The employer pays its unemployment taxes to the state the employer is located in. You might file your claim with the state you live in, but your state would then process the claim through the "liable state".