Tens of millions of people rely on Social Security for valuable income in retirement or when they’re disabled. With total benefits amounting to nearly $1 trillion a year, Social Security is serious business, and it’s important to make the most of what the program pays you. Yet despite its importance, Social Security has some quirks that can trip you up if you don’t know about them.
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You didn’t include the state of NY for tax requirements for Social Security.
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Utah also taxes Social Security benefits