Vanessa
Level 3

Retirement tax questions

Your total income may or may not include your Social Security. This all depends on other income you receive. If 1/2 of your social security plus your other income is less than $25,000 if single or $32,000 if married filing jointly, then your social security is not taxable and is not included in your total income. 

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