My wife and I both have Tax Free disability pensions from public service jobs. It is saying we owe, where we shouldn't owe any taxes.
And, without proving any personally identifiable information (e.g. name or SSN), why do you consider it non-taxable? Retirement benefits paid early because of a disability are not generally tax-free - they are treated a bit differently, but are still taxable.
Who was your employer? Who is making the payments? How long have you been receiving them?
As pension payments these are considered "retirement benefits" and are taxable. Retirement benefits paid early because of a disability are not generally tax-free - they are treated a bit differently, but are still taxable (for purposes of federal tax).
If you retired due to a disability, the pension you receive through a company-paid plan counts as wage income until you reach the minimum retirement age (the age at which you can receive a pension if not disabled). Once you reach that minimum retirement age, the pension is no longer reported as wage income but as pension income. This is actually a benefit, since it will count as "Earned Income" for purposes of tax credits.
Disability benefits (e.g. short-term, long-term disability insurance benefits) may be non-taxable, depending on the circumstances. VA Disability benefits are non-taxable, and are not reported to you on a Form 1099-R
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