The husband andchild receive social security disability. Do we claim the childs as income?
I'm not a tax preparation professional, so you should definitely ask one about this when preparing your taxes. I think you still don't claim the child's disability income as your own no matter how many people in the household receive SSI, but I can't be absolutely certain of that, so I can't stress it enough: you need to consult with a tax preparation specialist! Sorry I couldn't help more.
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