Figuring The Taxable Portion of Social Security Benefits

This calculator comes straight from IRS Publication 915, except you just enter two numbers
(social security benefits, other income) and specify your filing status and it does the rest for you.

It does not account for possible adjustments, or the special case
for married filing separately where you lived wth your spouse for some part of the year.
It still covers 98% of all filers. These numbers are based on the 2016 tax year.
Social Security Benefits $
All other taxable income $
Filing Status Married   -   Single
Head of Household

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