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If i open an ira account and do not take any money out, do i have to report ss retirement income on form ssa-1099?

it says if i put money into a retirement account such as a 401 k without taking any money out, i don't have to go through this area.  does that mean if i open an ira and do not take any money from a retirement account, i do not have to report the ss retirment i received reported on ssa-1099?

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If i open an ira account and do not take any money out, do i have to report ss retirement income on form ssa-1099?

You must report your SSA-1099 on your tax return, no matter what. Do not fail to do so.

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If i open an ira account and do not take any money out, do i have to report ss retirement income on form ssa-1099?

You must report your SSA-1099 on your tax return, no matter what. Do not fail to do so.

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