37 States That Don’t Tax Social Security Benefits

37 States That Don’t Tax Social Security Benefits

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Although the IRS imposes income tax on the Social Security benefits of certain senior citizens, the majority of states don’t. In fact, only 13 states tax Social Security benefits, and many of these have more generous income thresholds than the IRS.

Here’s a list of the states that won’t touch your Social Security benefits, and where this information fits into the overall picture of a state’s tax-friendliness.

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