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marilou1997
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Do I claim my social security benefits if Im still working and putting money in my 401k?

I am 67 and currently receiving social security benefits, but I am still working and putting money into my 401k . Do i need to enter my Social security benefits.?

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ThomasM
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Do I claim my social security benefits if Im still working and putting money in my 401k?

Yes, you must enter your social security benefits from your SSA-1099.  The fact that you're working and still earning income will affect the amount of your social security that's subject to tax.

See this IRS page regarding the taxability of social security:  https://www.irs.gov/uac/newsroom/are-your-social-security-benefits-taxable 

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ThomasM
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Do I claim my social security benefits if Im still working and putting money in my 401k?

Yes, you must enter your social security benefits from your SSA-1099.  The fact that you're working and still earning income will affect the amount of your social security that's subject to tax.

See this IRS page regarding the taxability of social security:  https://www.irs.gov/uac/newsroom/are-your-social-security-benefits-taxable 

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