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For those whose only income is social security, none of their social security income is even taxable. It never gets included as part of taxable income. The more other income you have, the more of your social security is included in taxable income and the more income taxes you pay.

--Peter


Agree

I think a couple with a high income (maybe $250,000 in todays $) will not receive ANY social security in 25 years
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