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If both parents recieved Public Assistance, TANF, Welfare, SSI Income do they both need to claim it

 
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If both parents recieved Public Assistance, TANF, Welfare, SSI Income do they both need to claim it

Do either of you have any other income?

If both parents recieved Public Assistance, TANF, Welfare, SSI Income do they both need to claim it

yes we both do

If both parents recieved Public Assistance, TANF, Welfare, SSI Income do they both need to claim it

SSI (Supplemental Security Income) is not taxable and not entered on your tax return. SSDI and regular social security benefits reported on SSA-1099 must be entered on your tax return and may be taxable depending on how much other income you have.

None of the other benefits are reported on your tax return.

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