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Understand that if the Pixy's earn sufficient income that their social security will be taxed. But if Mrs. Pixy, age 62, continues working and earns $40k a year and Mr. Pixy age 63, has no "earned" income, but they jointly, besides Mrs. Pixy's salary, have dividends, interest income, rental income and the like, will there be forfeiture of Mr Pixy ss income as well as taxation? Assuming they file a joint return.
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