Assume that the taxpayers, Jordan A. Higgins (social security number 153-67-9825) and Allie S. Higgins (social security number 537-26-5486), both 40-years old, live with their three children, Edward, John and Ruth, at 789 N. Kiara Drive, Byron, NY 14422. Mr. Higgins elects to have $3 of his income tax go to the Presidential Election Campaign Fund. Mrs. Higgins elects not to contribute.The Higgins' son, Edward, is a junior in college and he is 20 years old. He worked during the summer and earned $4,000. Their other son, John, is 17 and a high school student. He earned $3,000 during the summer and worked part-time during the remainder of the year and earned $2000. Neither son had any additional income. Their daughter, Ruth, is eight years old and an elementary school student. She had no earned or unearned income during the year. In August, the Higgins paid $6,000 in tuition for their son, Edward, for the academic period that started in September. Edward's social security number is 301-11-0001, John's social security number is 300-22-0002, and Ruth's social security number is 300-33-0003.
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