Most states won’t take a bite out of your Social Security benefits - The Motley Fool

Are you thinking of relocating to another state when you retire? Are you weighing the pros and cons of living in one state versus another? Besides the obvious reasons of moderate climate, family, housing costs, and good healthcare, there is one item you may want to consider is taxes. Although most states do not impose state taxes on your Social Security income, thirteen states do. Maurie Backman lists the 37 states that do not tax Social Security benefits and those that do, but she does warn you not to be too quick to write off a state that taxes benefits for your retirement. Read Ms. Backman’s article here…

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