How the state taxes Social Security benefits would change under three bills

southernminn.com - 02-19

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How much should Social Security benefits be taxed by the state — if at all? Three bills laid over by the House Taxes Committee last week take varied views on the question. To be considered for inclusion in the omnibus tax bill, they seek changes that range from relatively minor – a $150 to $300 increase in the maximum subtraction for Social Security benefits — to eliminating taxes on Social Security benefits altogether.