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sweetwarr
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Can I use my SSI income to file a taxes? I did not work in 2016 and received SSI benefits.

 
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MargaretL
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Can I use my SSI income to file a taxes? I did not work in 2016 and received SSI benefits.

No, you cannot.  SSI income is not considered taxable and you are not required to file a tax return if that is your only income.  If you file, all return will show is zeros, there is no benefit of filing.

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