In some states, you’ll pay income tax on your Social Security

While 37 states do not levy income tax on your Social Security benefits, if you live in any of these 13 states your benefits could very well be taxable.  And although there are somewhat different taxing criteria among those 13 states, six of them have rules which make them the most likely to take a piece of your benefits.  This article by Sean Williams explains the income tax rules for those states which tax your benefits and identifies the six in particular which are the least tax-friendly of all.  Click here to read more.

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