• Question
  • Do I still have to file income taxes?

    Asked by someone from Nathalie, VA on 12/6/2016

    Do I have to file taxes after age 66? My income through social security and annuity is less than 25,000. year.

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  • Categories: Taxes, Retirement Planning

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  • Steve 

    Steve 
    NewRetirement

    San Francisco, CA

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  • Yes you still need to file taxes even though you are already retired. The amount you owe in taxes (if anything) will depend on the normal factor or your income and deductions.

    There's a good blog post here that talks about what part of your social security might be taxable. https://www.newretirement.com/retirement/are_social_security_benefits_taxable/

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