The IRS is not available to answer questions so I wondered if anyone in this group has incurred this problem. I was researching the rules and ended up confused. If someone's only income is a Disability check which is untaxable according to their worksheet and one has no other taxable income, do they still have to file a tax report? Especially if the person is single and the SSDI check is under $25,000.00 a year? The IRS rules seem to state that being under $25,000.00 with no other taxable income makes the SSDI untaxable but they don't make it clear if the person still has to fill with nothing to report??? Thanks for any information anyone can share.
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