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How can your Social Security Benefits be Tax Free? - The Motley Fool

The threshold for Social Security benefits becoming taxable is really low and has not been adjusted for decades. Social Security benefits are taxable for a single tax filer at a combined income of $25,000 and for joint filers at $32,000. Motley Fool writer Maurie Backman explains a way to help protect yourself from paying more taxes on your benefits. Read here…

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