12 States That Tax Social Security Benefits

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You can surely bet your bottom dollar that Social Security benefits are taxable if you’ve ever had any doubt about that! The federal government taxes up to 85% of your Social Security benefits, depending on the income you have. But what happens when it comes to state taxes on Social Security?

Because as far as we know, many states can put additional taxes on their own. For example, New Mexico will treat Social Security benefits just like the feds. But there are some states that tax Social Security benefits only in the situation where the income goes beyond a certain threshold amount. Find out which states will tax you on your Social Security benefits here:

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