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Social Security Taxation – How it Works in Retirement
Episode 2319th October 2023 • Secure Your Retirement • Secure Your Retirement
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In this Episode of the Secure Your Retirement Podcast, Radon, Murs, and Taylor discuss how social security taxation works for both single and married filing jointly. Other sources of income you have coming in determine the amount of your social security that will be taxed.

Listen in to learn the importance of understanding your sources of income, social security benefits, and how they’ll be taxed, and have a long-term perspective. You will also learn why some people with low income in other areas can have their social security untaxed.

In this episode, find out:

●     How a single person needs to think about social security and their other sources of income.

●     Understanding the other sources of income that determine your social security taxability.

●     A scenario on how married filing jointly social security is taxed as determined by income.

●     Why some people with low income in other areas can have their social security untaxed.

●     How your social security tax ranges differs when filing as a single person.

●     How states differ from the federal government when it comes to social security taxation.

●     The importance of understanding your sources of income and social security benefits taxation.

●     The benefits of working with a financial advisor to help you take a long-term perspective.

●     Taylor explains where to find your social security item on your tax returns.

Tweetable Quotes:

●     “The amount of your social security that is reported on your tax return as taxable depends on what your other sources of income are; the more income you have from other sources, the more of your social security is going to be taxable.”- Taylor Wolverton

●     “Every state taxes social security a little bit differently; some may follow same rules as federal taxation while some states don’t tax social security at all.”- Taylor Wolverton


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