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Social Security is taxable when the recipient's combined income exceeds certain thresholds, according to the Social Security Administration. The amount of Social Security that is taxed varies with income, up to a maximum... More »

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Social Security does not decrease benefit payments for individuals earning additional taxable income if they are at full retirement age, notes the Social Security Administration. People not yet at full retirement age hav... More »

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Social Security income is only federally taxed if an individual or married couple's total combined income exceeds a certain threshold. Each state has its own unique rules about taxation of Social Security benefits. More »

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To determine if they must pay federal income tax on Social Security benefits, taxpayers can calculate their combined incomes and compare them to taxable income thresholds, reports the Social Security Administration. Thos... More »

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Social Security benefits may be taxable, depending on factors like marital status and total income, according to the Social Security Administration. The government does not tax more than 85 percent of Social Security ben... More »

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Social Security disability is taxable in the same fashion as retirement Social Security, regardless of the recipient's age or retirement status. If the individual's tax return shows income over a certain threshold amount... More »

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Individuals can request the withholding of federal income taxes when they first apply for benefits, according to the Social Security Administration. If individuals are already receiving benefits, and they want to change ... More »

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