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daniel-qin
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My two kids( both under age18) have SSA-1099( the money is nontaxable), do their forms need enter under my tax report as my income? Thanks.

my ssa-1099 form was entered, but should I also enter my kids' ssa-1099 as my income?
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MargaretL
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My two kids( both under age18) have SSA-1099( the money is nontaxable), do their forms need enter under my tax report as my income? Thanks.

No, your children's forms SSA-1099 are never reported on your tax return.  If that is their only income, they do not have to report it or file their own tax return either. 

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MargaretL
Employee Tax Expert

My two kids( both under age18) have SSA-1099( the money is nontaxable), do their forms need enter under my tax report as my income? Thanks.

No, your children's forms SSA-1099 are never reported on your tax return.  If that is their only income, they do not have to report it or file their own tax return either. 

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