Are Social Security Disability benefits taxable?

By / February 18, 2018 / Facts / 26 Comments

When the IRS Taxes Social Security Benefits Whether your Social Security benefits are taxed by the Internal Revenue Service of the Federal government depends on your total income for the year including wages, self-employment, interest, dividends and other taxable income. Generally speaking, if you file an individual federal tax return and your total annual income excluding your Social Security is more than $25,000, a portion of your benefits will be taxable.  If you and your spouse file a joint return and your income is over $32,000, a portion of your SSD benefits will be taxable. The portion of benefits taxable...Read more

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