Social Security Disability Insurance, (SSDI) payments are reported on the federal tax return. If your husband's SSDI is the only source of income that you would be reporting on a joint tax return, that SSDI is non taxable. However, if there is other income, a portion of his SSDI could be taxable depending on the amount of the other income.
• Open your return and click the Federal Taxes tab at the top of your screen and Click Wages and Income
• Scroll down the page and select Retirement Planning and Social Security
• Select Social Security and click Start to the right
• Go through the interview and carefully enter all of the information that is requested.
Please express my sincere thank you to your husband for his service and sacrifice to our country!