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I have read on the military web page. That all states do not

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I have read on the military web page . That all states do not tax va disability or all social
security. My va disability is not taxed but my social security is???
Submitted: 7 months ago.
Category: Social Security
Expert:  Phillips Esq. replied 7 months ago.

Whether a Social Security benefit is subject to a state's income tax would depend on each state. Some state's have income tax and some states do not. In states that do not have income taxes, the benefit will not be taxed. In other states the benefit would be taxed depending on your total taxable income for the year. Generally, Social Security benefit is subject to federal tax, but VA benefit is not:

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