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Rprincessy
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If I received food Stamps in New Mexico 3 months out of the year do I have to claim them on my return?

 
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IreneS
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If I received food Stamps in New Mexico 3 months out of the year do I have to claim them on my return?

No - In New Mexico, food stamps are NOT included in your income, so don't include them in your return.

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Texas Roger
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If I received food Stamps in New Mexico 3 months out of the year do I have to claim them on my return?

Food stamps are never claimed on a federal tax return. I don't know about New Mexico state tax return laws.
IreneS
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If I received food Stamps in New Mexico 3 months out of the year do I have to claim them on my return?

No - In New Mexico, food stamps are NOT included in your income, so don't include them in your return.

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