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retired earning 30,000 do I have tax liability?

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Depends on where the income is from.  Social Security benefits are generally not taxable, nor are VA disability benefits.  If taxes are withheld from your income, you may only need to file to get them refunded.  You should receive a 1099 form for any income that may be taxable.  Otherwise, just enjoy your retirement.

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Most of it is Social Security Benefits, very little interest income. Tax consultant said not to file because of such a low income., just curious if this is acceptable.

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