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i AM A PARAPLEGIC AND RECEIVE A TOTAL OF $9700 IN SOCIAL SECURITY

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i AM A PARAPLEGIC AND RECEIVE A TOTAL OF $9700 IN SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS i RECEIVED A FORM SSA-1099 WITH NET BENEFITS OF $9700 . DO I HAVE TO FILE TAXES WITH THE IRS, MY INCOME GOES TO A FACILITY I GET $70.00 PER MONTH FOR PERSONAL NEEDS

Stephen E. Grizey :

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Stephen E. Grizey :

No. Your social security benefits are not taxable or reportable unless your other income is $25,000. or more.


 

Stephen E. Grizey :

There is no reason for you to file a tax return.


 

Customer:

THANKS SO MUCH I NEVER HAD TO PAY TAXES IN RECENT YEARS I JUST WONDERED ABOUT THE FORM SSA 1099


 

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