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papabear5555
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Do I still file if social security income is non-taxable and my other pension income is only $2125.00??

 
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DanielV01
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Do I still file if social security income is non-taxable and my other pension income is only $2125.00??

You don't have to, no.  You will be under the yearly filing requirements.  You may still choose to file, especially if you have had federal or state taxes withheld from your retirement, but you will not be required to do so.

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DanielV01
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Do I still file if social security income is non-taxable and my other pension income is only $2125.00??

You don't have to, no.  You will be under the yearly filing requirements.  You may still choose to file, especially if you have had federal or state taxes withheld from your retirement, but you will not be required to do so.

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**Mark the post that answers your question by clicking on "Mark as Best Answer"

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