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LJBurnett47
New Member

Taxable Income

I am wondering how come my Social Security Income - Taxable verses Nontaxable is so drastically different from last year to this year.

2018:     Taxable = 12,279     & NON-taxable = 11,805

2019:     Taxable = 21,237     & NON-taxable = 3,748

 

 

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macuser_22
Level 15

Taxable Income

That depends on your other income.  Anywhere from 0-85% can be taxable.      That is calculated on the "Social Security Benefits Worksheet".    Print all form and worksheets and compare that worksheet for both years and you shiuld see your answer.

**Disclaimer: This post is for discussion purposes only and is NOT tax advice. The author takes no responsibility for the accuracy of any information in this post.**
fanfare
Level 15

Taxable Income

you're in the situation where your SS is taxed to the max - 85%

There's nothing you can do about it, unless you made a data entry error somewhere.

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