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Trying to track down a newspaper article that allegedly appeared in early to mid June 2001. The article concerned an individual who began receiving Social Security benefits, and these resulted in his taxable income rate exceeding 39.6%! Apparently his pension income was very healthy, but SS pushed it even further. I am not aware of a provision that does this, so wanted to check the story. I did an archives search of both major newspapers in my area, no luck. Any Fools ever hear of such "foolishness?"
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