I receive Disability-Retirement and Social Security. Do I have to file taxes?
Asked by: epondel
I receive Disability-Retirement and Social Security as my only income. The total yearly is around $ 50,000. I was told that my retirement is not income taxable and that I do not have to file a tax return. My Daughter is in college and they are requiring a tax return for Fasfa. Do I have to file a tax return? If so, do I have to Claim my daughter in my tax return ?
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