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This Unpopular Social Security Provision is not Changing

Most figures related to Social Security increase each year due to inflation. This includes benefit payments, wages subject to tax, the earnings one can accrue from work, and more. One figure, though, does not change and has not since 1993. The amount subject to taxation is fixed, and brackets are not tied to inflation. More people become ensnared by income tax on Social Security benefits each year. Majuire Backman covers this here but notes a Roth IRA is your best bet to minimize tax, as withdrawals do not count toward that provisional income. Full article here.

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