Social Security recipients shouldn’t forget that benefits may be taxable

Millions of taxpayers are busy gathering the forms and documents they need to file their federal, state and local tax returns. If you receive Social Security benefits, one of those items may be your SSA-1099 from Social Security.
Some people who receive Social Security may have to pay taxes on a portion of their benefits. If you’re one of these individuals, a Social Security Benefit Statement (Form SSA-1099) is an important tax document for you to have.
Social Security mailed the SSA-1099...

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