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|Subject: tax on disability pay||Date: 3/21/2003 5:39 PM|
|Author: joycets||Number: 64609 of 122300|
I will be helping someone with taxes next month, who receives SS disability pay. Is this taxable income?
What sort of investments would be taxable?
How much interest needs to be worried about if any was in savings?
If there are IRA's that are not "available yet" because the person is not yet of age, can they be ignored?
I don't know a lot of details yet, but I wanted to put the question out there and will hopefully have more info in a week or a few.
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