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Question: Could the amount of dividends I receive from my REIT Investments; cause my Social Security Benifits to be reduced or denied?

I ask this for the simple fact; that most/all dividends may come under the tax heading as "Ordinary & Regular Income"!

Q.:How will the Social Security Office react if I'm getting say; $2,000 in dividends annually? I know if I started working part-time an earned over $750 per month; they could reduce or take away my SSI Benifits!

I could always ask the S.S. Admin.; but I wanted to ask it here first!

*************** captbuddha - out!
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