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malane28
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My son receives social security and I am his payee. Do I report that if it's not my money but I manage it for him because he is a minor?

 
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SusanY1
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My son receives social security and I am his payee. Do I report that if it's not my money but I manage it for him because he is a minor?

No, if your son's social security is his only income it is not taxable and you do not need to report it on your tax return. You also do not need to file an income tax return for your son.  

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