Are Social Security Benefits Taxable?

The short answer is “maybe,” depending on the amount of your total income from all sources, including half of your Social Security benefits for the tax year.  Your so-called “provisional income” – your Adjusted Gross Income on your tax return, plus any other non-taxable income you have (like non-taxable interest), plus 50% of your SS benefits – is what determines if your Social Security is taxable, as explained fully in this “Savvy Senior” article by Jim Miller, appearing in the Logan (OH) Daily News. Click here to read more.

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