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I have filed form 251 with the Social Security Administration - functionally this allowed me to return my total retirement benefits received and then apply at some point in the future just as if I had never received any benifits.

My question is this -- During the period from January 2004 through Februay 2008 I received retirement benifits and paid federal income taxes on a portion of those benifits. Can I get a refund on the federal taxes? If so how do I go about doing that?

Gordon
Atlanta
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