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My question is I just found out that I was suppose to report
Hello, my question is I just found out that I was suppose to report my son social security benefits because I carry him a a dependent he's disabled and 34 I don't think they give me any credit for him but my daughter get a credit for being a minor. What should I do? Please answer.
Does a SSD recipient need to notify the local Social
Does a SSD recipient need to notify the local Social Security Office when starting a 9-month trial work period? If yes, what is the reporting procedure? Does he/she have to inform the new employer of same? Will the hiring company receive a tax credit for employing a SSD recipient?
My girlfriend's (fiance's) only income is SSDI which did not
My girlfriend's (fiance's) only income is SSDI which did not require her to file with the IRS for 2014. If we marry can I file separately (I have additional income which puts into a filing tax bracket) and thereby it will allow her not to file for 2015 too. David
I've been receiving SSI supplemental income since my car accident
I've been receiving SSI supplemental income since my car accident left me disabled before age 21. I had thought I was receiving SSI disability benefits because I had enough credits and was working for enough time before my accident. It was recently I had found out that my former employers had not submitted my taxes and that the SSI I had been receiving was only supplemental income NOT disability.Is there a form to submit to apply for disability now? Meaning, is there a way to rectify my taxes with a tax consultant, pay my former job income, obtain my credits needed and receive the benefits that I should have been receiving this entire time?I should have been on ssi disability since I was working up until my accident, making enough for credits and was disabled at 21.
I am 66 years young, and plan to keep on working as long asView more social security questions
I am 66 years young, and plan to keep on working as long as my health holds out. I work for an international company and they want to send me to the Middle east on a significant salry increase...GREAT! But they do not hold out American Social security, what should I do, pay SS taxes myself into SS or just not collect SS until I get ready to. Right now my SS benefit will be about 3,000 month and it increase 8% a year, but does it increase when I do not pay in? Thanks