Problem 9-17 (LO. 3) Analyze each of the characteristics in considering the indicated test for depen

Problem 9-17 (LO. 3)

Analyze each of the characteristics in considering the indicated test for dependency as a qualifying child or qualifying relative. In the last two columns, after each listed test (e.g., gross income), select from the dropdown whether the particular test is Met, Not Met, or Not Applicable (NA). Characteristic Qualifying Child Test Qualifying Relative Test a. Taxpayer's son has gross income of $7,000. Gross income -   Gross income -   b. Taxpayer's niece has gross income of $3,000. Gross income -   Gross income -   c. Taxpayer's uncle lives with him. Relationship -   Relationship -   d. Taxpayer's daughter is 25 and disabled. Age -   Age -   e. Taxpayer's daughter is age 18, has gross income of $8,000, and does not live with him. Residence -  
Gross income -   Gross income -   f. Taxpayer's cousin does not live with her. Relationship -  
Residence -   Relationship -   g. Taxpayer's brother does not live with her. Residence -   Relationship -   h. Taxpayer's sister has dropped out of school, is age 17, and lives with him. Relationship -  
Residence -  
Age -   Relationship -   i. Taxpayer's older nephew is age 23 and a full-time student. Relationship -  
Age -   Relationship -   j. Taxpayer's grandson lives with her and has gross income of $7,000. Relationship -  
Residence -   Relationship -  
Gross income -