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gullcottage
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Searching: "I had no income last year, only SSI; but I paid mortgage interest and property taxes. Should I get anything back?"

 
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HelenaC
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Searching: "I had no income last year, only SSI; but I paid mortgage interest and property taxes. Should I get anything back?"

Generally, if your only income is SSI, then no, you would not get a refund, unless you paid income tax. 

From the information in your question, it looks like you did not have federal income tax withheld from your SSI therefore you would not get a refund even though you paid mortgage interest and property taxes.

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HelenaC
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Searching: "I had no income last year, only SSI; but I paid mortgage interest and property taxes. Should I get anything back?"

Generally, if your only income is SSI, then no, you would not get a refund, unless you paid income tax. 

From the information in your question, it looks like you did not have federal income tax withheld from your SSI therefore you would not get a refund even though you paid mortgage interest and property taxes.

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