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Massachusetts Schedule DI - Dependent Information Instructions
Note: Schedule lines without specific instructions are considered to be self-explanatory. Be sure to list on each schedule the name and Social Security number that appears first on Form 1. Do not cut or separate schedules.
Schedule DI Instructions
Be sure to enclose with Form 1. You must complete this schedule if you are claiming a dependent exemption(s) on Form 1, line 2b or taking a deduction/credit(s) on Form 1, lines 12, 13 or 40 (if applicable). Failure to provide this information will delay the processing of your return. You must complete the information for each dependent.
In the spaces provided, enter the name, Social Security number, date of birth and the relationship of the dependent to you (son, daughter, mother, father, etc.). Also, if the dependent is a qualifying child for the Earned Income credit, fill in the “Yes” oval. If you are claiming more than 10 dependents, attach a statement listing the name, Social Security number, date of birth and the relationship of the dependent to you and if the dependent is a qualifying child for the Earned Income credit.
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