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Phillips Esq., Attorney-at-Law
Category: Social Security
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I am on disability, SSA, and I have the unfortunate status

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I am on disability, SSA, and I have the unfortunate status of filing for divorce. Its hostile. I have agreed to aid in one last joint tax file. I provided my SSA statement of monthly income. and a 1095. She now states I need to complete a SSA 1099. I moved out the house Dec. 22nd 2015. She left me one week before Thanksgiving. My son aided my move out. My soon to be gave me a couple grand. Total score for this man who trying to survive syndrome X, and moved out all on my own. Cost $3,500. D0 I have to show this move out and reestablish money. I now live 22 miles away. Which form do I use I have not subcontracted or worked at all. Help, please... Chemo- brain confused.--Othea Byers
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Social Security
Expert:  Phillips Esq. replied 1 year ago.

No, you do not need to show this amount on your tax return. You do not need to account for this "move out" money on your tax return.