Yes you have to file. Anything over $400 results in you needing to file taxes. It will not effect your SSD since the amount is under the try working again exception. This allows individuals to try working and still retain benefits if the trial is not sucessful.
Short answer, yes you have to file.
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M colleagues are correct. The answer is yes.
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Yes you must file but if you get SSD then it will not affect your benifits. If you get SSI it could reduce your benifit check but working is always better for your mental and emotional health and most of the time it makes more money for your household.