How is the taxable portion of social security figured? I retired in March, 2016 and only had 3 months regular income and thought my taxable social security would have bee
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How is the taxable portion of social security figured? I retired in March, 2016 and only had 3 months regular income and thought my taxable social security would have bee

 
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How is the taxable portion of social security figured? I retired in March, 2016 and only had 3 months regular income and thought my taxable social security would have bee

In determining how much of your Social Security is taxable, the IRS takes into account all your other income.

See the FAQ below for an explanation of how the taxable portion of Social Security is calculated.

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