The Social Security benefits you received in 2010 may be taxable. You should receive a Form SSA1099 which will show the total amount of your benefits. The information provided on this statement along with the following six facts below will help you determine whether or not your benefits are taxable.
If you changed your name as a result of a recent marriage or divorce you’ll want to take the necessary steps to ensure the name on your tax return matches the name registered with the Social Security Administration
Not everyone qualifies for Social Security when they retire. If you do not qualify, you will receive nothing. To check if you are qualifying, you need to understand how many credits you are earning.
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