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 Are VA benefits taxable income?

Answer No, you do not have to pay taxes on Veterans Administration benefits so long as they were implemented on or after September 9, 1986, according to World Wide Web Tax. The IRS has a complete list of ... Read More »
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Are social security benefits taxable as income?

Social Security benefits may be subject to federal income taxes if your total taxable income exceeds certain limits. However, as of 2010 no more than 85 percent of your Social Security benefits can... Read More »
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Are life insurance benefits considered taxable income?

Life insurance benefits are considered by the Internal Revenue Service to be taxable income under certain circumstances. The amount subject to income taxation varies depending on how the benefit is... Read More »
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Are life insurance death benefits taxable income?

According to the Internal Revenue Service, as of 2010, life insurance death benefits are not taxable unless the policy was turned over to the beneficiary for a price. If the death benefits are inve... Read More »
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Are social security retirement benefits taxable income?

According to the U.S. Government, Social Security benefits may be taxable if you file your taxes as an individual with above $25,000 of 'combined income'. If you are married and filing jointly, you... Read More »
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