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Are Social Security Disability Benefits Taxable?

As with so many questions about Social Security, the answer is “it depends.” While Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits aren’t normally subject to Federal income tax, there are actually some situations where SSDI benefits may be taxed. This article by Rebecca Lake appearing in MoneyTalksNews gives us a full description of those situations where your SSDI benefits could become taxable, explains how taxation of Social Security benefits is determined, and even discuss State taxes on SSDI benefits. Click here to read more.

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