As of 2014, Social Security benefits can be taxable and typically depend on whether an individual receives income from other sources. Individuals whose sole source of income is Social Security are typically not taxed, wh... More »

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Retirees who continue to work must continue to pay Social Security and Medicare taxes on their earned income, explains AARP. A retiree's employer must also pay its share of those taxes. In addition, retirees must pay Soc... More »

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Beneficiaries can instruct the Social Security Administration to withhold 7, 10, 15 or 25 percent in taxes from their monthly payments. These are the only withholding amounts available, and beneficiaries can’t select fla... 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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Social Security benefits can be taxable depending on the amount of income that is earned in addition to the Social Security payment. Taxpayers with additional income can be taxed if their income plus 1/2 of their Social ... More »

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Under certain circumstances, Social Security survivors' benefits are taxable, according to the IRS. The amount of income tax that must be paid on the benefits is determined by the survivor's total amount of income and be... More »

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Social Security benefits may be taxable, depending on factors like total income and marital status, according to the Social Security Administration. No more than 85 percent of Social Security benefits are taxable, no mat... More »

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