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Will Social Security be taxable in retirement?

Many soon-to-be retirees are confusing taxes taken from their paycheck with their income taxes. You will no longer be paying Social Security and Medicare payroll taxes once you’re retired and living on unearned income, but you will still be subject to income taxes at the federal level; that assumes you don’t live in a state with income tax.  It is estimated that 60 percent of retirees will not owe federal income taxes on their Social Security benefits.  Read attached article here…

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