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Ourtotalincomeissocialsecurity. We filejointlywithoneadditionaldepende

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ourtotalincomeissocialsecurity. We filejointlywithoneadditionaldependent.We pay
realestatetaxesof $5260.00 and insurance supplemental insurance premiums of$4496
in 2015. We have no additional income. I am 83 and my wife is 82.(I'm not sure this
is relevant.
We have no reserves to pay taxes. Our total income is $38,806 in 1915. How should
we proceed.
Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Stephen G. replied 6 months ago.
You aren't required to file a tax return if all of your income is from Social Security.So, you are all set.Hope this puts your mind at ease.Enjoy your retirement; you've earned it!Steve G.

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