These are best answered by your tax retrurn preparer. You will need to have a conversation with your sister as well to make sure both are on the same page.
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You may qualify for the support test. You should talk to a CPA further to determine.
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There are circumstances when this kind of living arrangement would qualify her as your dependent. However, there are questions that need to be answered before you can get a definitive answer. Talk to your tax preparer or CPA.
I hope this helps.
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Is she a full-time college student? If so, she could be a qualifying child to you. If not, she would need to make less than roughly 4k per year, and you could claim her as a qualifying relative. This basically means you only get the exemption, and not Head of Household or the EIC.
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