Choose the answer with explanation: Question 82) In order to qualify to file as surviving spouse, all of the following criteria must be met by the widow or widower except A) he or she and the decedent must have shared the same household as of date of death. B) he or she must be a U.S. citizen or resident. C) he or she be qualified to file a joint return in the year of death. D) he or she must have at least one dependent child living at home the entire year and pay over half of the expenses of the home. 83) Which of the following dependent relatives does not have to live in the same household as the taxpayer who is claiming head of household filing status? A) uncle B) brother C) father D) nephew 84) Sally divorced her husband three years ago and has not remarried. Since the divorce she has maintained her home in which she and her now sixteen-year-old daughter reside. The daughter is a qualified child. Sally signed the dependency exemption over to her ex-spouse. What is Sally’s filing status for the current year and how many exemptions may she claim? A) single and one B) surviving spouse and one C) head of household and one D) head of household and two 85) Dave, age 59 and divorced, is the sole support of his mother age 83, who is a resident of a local nursing home for the entire year. Dave’s mother had no income for the year. Dave’s filing status and exemptions claimed are A) head of household and one exemption. B) single and one exemption. C) head of household and two exemptions. D) single and two exemptions. 86) Liz and Bert divorce and Liz receives custody of their child. Bert is ordered by the court to pay child support of $10,000 per year, and Liz agrees in writing to allow Bert to claim the dependency exemption for the child. If Liz maintains the home in which she and her child live, her filing status and exemptions claimed will be A) single and one exemption. B) single and two exemptions. C) head of household and one exemption. D) head of household and two exemptions.