Thanks for your answer but I was asking about the tax on the social security benefit for working seniors. If I understand it right the IRS "handy-dandy" worksheet looks like if your AGI goes more than 25,000 (for a single) or 32,000 (for married) you begin to lose your social security benefit to taxes at an alarming rate. I think seniors who are anticipating more work should understand clearly before they go sign up for work. Thanks for your patience.
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