You may use either Form 1040 or Form 1040-SR for seniors to report your income including social security benefits. The instructions have a worksheet that you may use to calculate the taxable portion. You can also use the IRS Interactive Tax Assistant to compute the taxable portion.
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- I have not yet filed my last year's taxes. How much trouble am I in?
- I haven't filed tax returns for the last three years. What should I do?
- Is it possible for someone to be exempt from filing a tax return?
- I am collecting Social Security benefits as well as other income and it is possible that some of my benefits will be taxed. Which form do I need to use?
- I am a full-time college student. My parents claim me as an exemption. I work part time for the college. Do I have to file a tax return?
- My brother died this year and I am filing his tax return. He is due a refund. How do I file his return and obtain the refund?