>Careful. Your answer is far too much off the cuff. In >the context of the original question, only earned> (i.e, job) income counts for the forfeiture of Social >Security benefits, and then only between the> ages of 62 and 70. All income counts only when >looking at the potential of taxation on 50% to 85%> of benefits. To be taxed, the modified adjusted gross >income must exceed certain floors. Wasn't the original question regarding the taxation of the benefits?
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