Figuring Taxes on Social Security Benefits
by Julian Block
Americans often dream about a simplification of the Byzantine Internal Revenue Code, only to awaken and find the tax laws becoming more complicated.
The rules for Social Security benefits are especially convoluted and confusing. Although most Social Security recipients escape income taxes completely on all of their benefits, middle- and upper-income level retirees have to count up to 85
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