Your Social Security benefit may be taxable. Try these strategies to reduce your tax bill in retirement.

How to Minimize Social Security Taxes

Retirees with incomes that top $34,000 ($44,000 for couples) pay income tax on up to 85% of their Social Security benefit.

Most workers pay into the Social Security program throughout their career. Many people also pay taxes on part of their Social Security payments in retirement.

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