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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.

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Tax Glossary

Roth IRA

A nondeductible contributory IRA that allows for tax-free accumulation of income. Qualifying distributions are completely tax free.

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