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Your Social Security benefit and taxes

As we come to the end of the tax season, many older taxpayers are finding out for the first time that some of their Social Security benefits might be subject to tax. Almost 20 million people get taxed every year on a portion of their Social Security, and that number could rise in the years to come. In Dan Caplinger’s article, he gives the basics on how to calculate what portion of your benefit is taxable. Read his article here…

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