The Formula For Paying No (Or Low) Federal Income Taxes Once You File For Social Security

2019-11-29 08_42_45-multicolored abacus photo – Free Drying rack Image on UnsplashWhen it comes to how much income you can earn without having to pay any federal income taxes, this is a relatively simple determination for most people when Social Security is not a factor. “Once people file for Social Security, though,” the author of today’s article notes, “things become a bit more complicated.” He charts out the tax-free limits with Social Security – and shows how “you can have a total income in the high five figures, potentially even six figures, and still keep federal income taxes low or even at zero.” For more, CLICK HERE.

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