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When comparing 2018 to 2017, should I see a chance in the allowcation between taxable and non-taxable income coming from a SSA-1099?

The taxable portion of the $16,608 Net Benefits for 2018 from the SSA-1099 is much higher than it was last year. 

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When comparing 2018 to 2017, should I see a chance in the allowcation between taxable and non-taxable income coming from a SSA-1099?

The rules for the taxation of social security benefits did not change.  However, if you have other taxable income on your return, some of your social security may be taxable.  It depends on the amount of the other income.  See below for how it is calculated.   https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3299920

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When comparing 2018 to 2017, should I see a chance in the allowcation between taxable and non-taxable income coming from a SSA-1099?

The rules for the taxation of social security benefits did not change.  However, if you have other taxable income on your return, some of your social security may be taxable.  It depends on the amount of the other income.  See below for how it is calculated.   https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3299920

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