Do i have to attach the 1040 2019 form with 1040-X form ? If I get just SSI ?
- JudithLv 74 weeks ago
If you aren't married and you have no other income then SSI you do not need to file an income tax form. SSI isn't taxable because SSI (supplemental security income) is a federal WELFARE program and welfare benefits aren't taxed by the federal government nor any state government.
And if you get social security benefits instead of SSI (two totally different programs) you STILL don't have to file an income tax return because only a portion of the social security benefit becomes taxable if a single person has other income and that plus 1/2 of the yearly SS benefit equals $25K a year or $32K if married.
I was a SS claims rep for 32 yrs.