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Do I have to file in Florida if all I have is retirement info, and am claiming a standard deduction?

 
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Do I have to file in Florida if all I have is retirement info, and am claiming a standard deduction?

No, Florida does not have income tax so you would not need to file a FL return. 

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Do I have to file in Florida if all I have is retirement info, and am claiming a standard deduction?

No, Florida does not have income tax so you would not need to file a FL return. 

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Do I have to file in Florida if all I have is retirement info, and am claiming a standard deduction?

But you may have to file a federal return, regardless of where you live.
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