Do I have to file a state return if I only received social security benefits which are tax exempt in my state?
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Do I have to file a state return if I only received social security benefits which are tax exempt in my state?

 
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Do I have to file a state return if I only received social security benefits which are tax exempt in my state?

You may still need to file the State Tax Return.  Each state has different filing requirements.  You'll need to look up the requirements for your specific state.  You can do so by clicking the blue name of your state below: 

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