Are my Social Security benefits taxable?

Enter the total amount of Social Security benefits you received and we will calculate how much, if any, of the benefits are taxable. Generally, if your income (including half of your Social Security benefits) is less than $25,000 ($32,000 if married), your Social Security benefits will not be taxable. If your income is above that threshold, then part of the Social Security benefits will be taxable. Once again, just enter your total Social Security benefits and we'll calculate the taxable portion.

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