Where do I enter my child's Social Security income?

You don't report your child's Social Security income on your tax return. Your child would report it on their own tax return if they even need to file a tax return. Most children do NOT need to file a tax return even if they receive Social Security benefits. Usually, the only exceptions are if they are working and have a W-2 (W2) or if they have more than $1,000 in interest or dividend income.

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