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I receive New York State & Local Retirement System disability income and SSDI. Do I still have to file an income tax?

I do not receive a 1099R form for th NYSLRS as it is disability income.  I do receive one for the SSDI.

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I receive New York State & Local Retirement System disability income and SSDI. Do I still have to file an income tax?

If this is your only source of income, no, you will not need to file.  Your NYSLRS income is nontaxable, and SSDI income can only be taxable if there is other taxable income to report.  But if there is no other taxable income being reported, SSDI by itself will not be taxable to the IRS nor to NY.

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