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Answered: July 22, 2019 3:24 am

Are all of my Social Security benefits taxable?

Fortunately, no. The amount of the benefits includible in gross income may be zero, somewhere between zero and 50%, or somewhere between 50% and 85%; 85% is the maximum taxable percentage. The exact amount depends on the amount of your net benefits, your tax-free interest from municipal bonds, and your overall income.

Tax Glossary

Health savings account

For calendar year 2007, taxpayers covered by an HDHP may contribute up to the lesser of the annual deductible or $2,850 ($5,650 for family coverage).

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