Does the IRS share info with SSI at taxes season?

Do both share info at taxes info if the person is receiving SSI? Thanks

Denver, CO -

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Christopher Daniel Leroi

Christopher Daniel Leroi

Business Attorney - Greenwood Village, CO
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Yes. SSI must be reported to the IRS.

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Steven M Zelinger

Steven M Zelinger

Tax Lawyer - Philadelphia, PA
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Yes. and all year.

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Kevin Matthew Sayed

Kevin Matthew Sayed

Tax Lawyer - Greenville, NC
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The IRS will absolutely know what social security income you have received.

Each January you will receive a Social Security Benefit Statement (Form SSA-1099) showing the amount of benefits you received in the previous year. You can use this Benefit Statement when you complete your federal income tax return to find out if your benefits are subject to tax.

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Raymond George Wigell

Raymond George Wigell

Criminal Defense Attorney - Chicago, IL
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YES. if this question is hypothetical you have the answer. If the question involves a real concern seek the advice of an experienced tax defense lawyer ASAP.

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Justin Eric Elder

Justin Eric Elder

Probate Attorney - Seattle, WA
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Yes, of course. Never try to hide anything from the IRS.

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Joseph Franklin Pippen Jr.

Joseph Franklin Pippen Jr.

Tax Lawyer - Largo, FL
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Yes-of course.

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