Can my 28 year old disabled son get any tax refund who is on ssi?
SSI benefits are not taxed. If your son worked and had taxes taken from his pay he should file a tax return and may be eligible for a refund (that is if more was taken out than should have been, based on any taxable income).
If he has a child or children living with him AND has earned some income by working (in addition to receiving benefits) he may be eligible for an earned income credit and should file.
Other than the above the circumstances, to be the best of my knowledge, if his only income has been SSI benefits he would not receive any refund because taxes aren't taken out of those benefits because they are not taxable income.
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