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 How are my Social Security benefits calculated?

Answer All Social Security (SS) benefits are based on the Primary Insurance Amount (PIA) of the person who had Social Security taxes withheld from her wages or self-employment. Social Security-covered ear... Read More »
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Can you collect Social Security widow's benefits& Social Security income?

You cannot collect Social Security widow's benefits and Social Security income at the same time, according to the Social Security Administration. If Social Security income benefits are higher than ... Read More »
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What is the Social Security tax base calculated on?

The Social Security Wage Base is the limit of how much income is taxed by Social Security benefits. That limit was $106,800 in 2009. The national wage index uses the limit and the Social Security t... Read More »
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Are both retirement benefits and Social Security Disability insurance benefits taxable?

SS retirement benefits ARE taxable - SS disability benefits MAY be taxable depending upon circumstances. See the Related Link below.
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Does receiving Social Security benefits affect unemployment benefits in Ohio?

Social Security income is not deducted from unemployment benefits in Ohio, according to the Department of Job and Family Services. Some types of income that will be deducted, however, include vacat... Read More »
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