If you have other sources of income, your Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits will be taxable if your total income (including your SSDI payments) is greater than $25,000 per year if single and/or greater than $32,000 per year if married. Fortunately, though, you won’t have all of your benefits amount taxed. In reference to DoVA disability compensation, it is not subject to federal income taxation. Take care.
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