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question, My wife and myself draw about 35,000 annually from our pensions, we ARE NOT old enough to draw social security at this time, we also take about another 20.000 per year out of our IRA"s, which we pay taxes on to the federal govenment (the state of Pennsylvania and the locals do not tax pensions from any source) my question: when I get social security will the money that we receive from the IRA's, or for that matter the pensions, effect the social security, ie, will we be pentalized because we get the other money? surely someone out there is in this same boat, please let me know on these boards, Thanks...
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