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margkline
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My daughter, who is a full-time student, is receiving survivor annuity benefits. Does she need to claim the distribution on her taxes (she receive form CFS 1099R)

 
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IsabellaG
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My daughter, who is a full-time student, is receiving survivor annuity benefits. Does she need to claim the distribution on her taxes (she receive form CFS 1099R)

Yes, that is income that she needs to report on her own return. The distribution can be either fully taxable or partly taxable depending on the decedents contributions to the federal retirement system.

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IsabellaG
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My daughter, who is a full-time student, is receiving survivor annuity benefits. Does she need to claim the distribution on her taxes (she receive form CFS 1099R)

Yes, that is income that she needs to report on her own return. The distribution can be either fully taxable or partly taxable depending on the decedents contributions to the federal retirement system.

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margkline
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My daughter, who is a full-time student, is receiving survivor annuity benefits. Does she need to claim the distribution on her taxes (she receive form CFS 1099R)

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IsabellaG
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My daughter, who is a full-time student, is receiving survivor annuity benefits. Does she need to claim the distribution on her taxes (she receive form CFS 1099R)

You are welcome!
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