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This is not really an income tax question, but sort of. I file for a "Senior exemption" on my homestead exemption. I have to file a form for the "Senior Exemption" every year, and they want to know my adjusted Gross income from my 1040 (for tax year 2020). I have not done my 2020 taxes yet, so I need to ball park this. Whether my SS checks are included in my AGI, will either make me eligible for the "Senior Exemption" or not. I am pretty sure that my SS amount I received for 2020 is not included in my adjusted gross income... correct??

Thanks for your help.

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