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Under “why is my adjusted gross income $42821.00” it shows taxable SS benefits 14094.00 but I entered SS benefits $33120. Where did 14094.00 come from?

 
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MinhT
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Under “why is my adjusted gross income $42821.00” it shows taxable SS benefits 14094.00 but I entered SS benefits $33120. Where did 14094.00 come from?

Your SS benefits are partially taxable when the sum of half the SS benefits and your other income exceeds $32,000 (Married filing Jointly) or $25,000 (other filing statuses). The amount of $14,094 is the taxable portion of your SS benefits.

Please read this TurboTax FAQ for more information:

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3299920


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MinhT
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Under “why is my adjusted gross income $42821.00” it shows taxable SS benefits 14094.00 but I entered SS benefits $33120. Where did 14094.00 come from?

Your SS benefits are partially taxable when the sum of half the SS benefits and your other income exceeds $32,000 (Married filing Jointly) or $25,000 (other filing statuses). The amount of $14,094 is the taxable portion of your SS benefits.

Please read this TurboTax FAQ for more information:

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3299920


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kimballp
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Under “why is my adjusted gross income $42821.00” it shows taxable SS benefits 14094.00 but I entered SS benefits $33120. Where did 14094.00 come from?

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