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mlford836
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Medicare,# ###-##-####, Survivers a disability benefits, Social Security, a parent deceased when Martin was under age, 18. May Martin file a return?

Medicare, # ###-##-####,  Survivers a disability benefits,
A self maybe a filed a for a dependants, though.
Please amends my return?

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SweetieJean
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Medicare,# ###-##-####, Survivers a disability benefits, Social Security, a parent deceased when Martin was under age, 18. May Martin file a return?

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SweetieJean
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Medicare,# ###-##-####, Survivers a disability benefits, Social Security, a parent deceased when Martin was under age, 18. May Martin file a return?

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SweetieJean
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Medicare,# ###-##-####, Survivers a disability benefits, Social Security, a parent deceased when Martin was under age, 18. May Martin file a return?

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Hal_Al
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Medicare,# ###-##-####, Survivers a disability benefits, Social Security, a parent deceased when Martin was under age, 18. May Martin file a return?

Why are you asking if he MAY file a return instead of is he REQUIRED to file a return?  A person who is another person's dependent  does not have to file a return if his only income is social security benefits. 

The money you hear about people getting for just filing a tax  requires him to  have some earned income (wages or self employment) and be claiming child dependents. A child or disabled person does get anything from the government just by filing a tax return. Dependents are not eligible for the "refundable" Tax Credits.

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