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Based on your information - NONE of your social security benefits are taxable.SO - your ONLY taxable income is from your job $4,332.70
That is below filing requirements - which is $10350 for singles - so you are not required to file.
You do not have any federal income tax withheld - so you may not expect any refund - and there is no reason for you to file.The only possible reason could be if you are below 65 - and woudl be eligible for Earned Income credit.
Otherwise - you are not required to file and if you choose to file - there will not be any financial benefits Questions?
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