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How to Avoid Paying Taxes on Your Social Security

Money Talks News Logo By Rebecca Lake of Money Talks News | Slide 1 of 5: This story originally appeared on SmartAsset.com. Social Security benefits can provide an additional income stream in retirement alongside withdrawals from a 401(k), individual retirement account or brokerage account. Part of shaping a retirement plan around Social Security income means planning ahead for taxes. Social Security benefits are considered taxable for some retirees, though whether yours are can depend on your income. If you’re wondering how you can avoid paying taxes on Social Security, there are some strategies you can try. It’s not the usual blah, blah, blah. Click here to sign up for our free newsletter. Sponsored: How to find cheaper car insurance in minutes Getting a better deal on car insurance doesn’t have to be hard. You can have The Zebra, an insurance comparison site, compare quotes in just a few minutes and find you the best rates. Consumers save up to $670 per year, according to the site, so if you’re ready to secure your new rate, get started now.

How to Avoid Paying Taxes on Your Social Security

This story originally appeared on SmartAsset.com.

Social Security benefits can provide an additional income stream in retirement alongside withdrawals from a 401(k), individual retirement account or brokerage account.

Part of shaping a retirement plan around Social Security income means planning ahead for taxes.

Social Security benefits are considered taxable for some retirees, though whether yours are can depend on your income.

If you’re wondering how you can avoid paying taxes on Social Security, there are some strategies you can try.

It’s not the usual blah, blah, blah. Click here to sign up for our free newsletter.

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Getting a better deal on car insurance doesn’t have to be hard. You can have The Zebra, an insurance comparison site, compare quotes in just a few minutes and find you the best rates. Consumers save up to $670 per year, according to the site, so if you’re ready to secure your new rate, get started now.

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