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I only received my social security benefits. My husband still works full time. When he does our taxes, do we claim my income or not?

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Michael Cash
On a joint return you have to report your Social Security benefits. A portion may be taxable.
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Manasa Nadig
Yes, you do and a part of your social security income will be taxable based on your total joint income.
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