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 Is Social Security taxed if your only income is military retirement?

Answer Whether your Social Security benefits are taxed depends on your total income. If your military retirement and Social Security benefits exceed the annual limits for Social Security benefits being co... Read More »
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Is Social Security taxed as income?

As of 2010, federal law prohibits any taxation of more than 85 percent of a person's Social Security benefits. The taxation rate varies depending on the amount of a person's income outside the bene... Read More »
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What is the maximum income before Social Security benefits are taxed?

The maximum income before Social Security benefits are taxed depends on whether you are a single or joint filer and can adjust each year for inflation. As of 2010, if you are single the limit is $2... Read More »
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Why is a Social Security check taxed?

The Social Security Act was signed into law by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1935. Social Security creates a foundation of economic security for the American people and is funded partiall... Read More »
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Are Social Security benefits taxed in Arizona?

Arizona is one of 28 states with an income tax that does not tax Social Security benefits, provided that Social Security income is received under Title II of the Social Security Act. Title II appli... Read More »
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