Can a person claim their mother on their taxes when she isn't even living with them. She is married lives with her husband. Own their own home and collects SS? If not what can happen?
When mom claims herself and you have claimed her, there will likely be an alarm going off. If she is conspiring with you, she could be in trouble too. If your tax bracket is so high that the deduction means that much, you will have that much more to lose.
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