TH Federal tax (and state) was withholding
So it really depends on the rest f your tax situation
If you are still in the 35% tax bracket, then (if all of the dollars were in the 35% bracket) then you won't owe an more
I am retired 82 yrs old only on Social secuirty
OK let me see .. You file jointly? or single
You'll probably get a refund
ok thank you for your input!
For single filers, $183,251 - $398,350 is at the 33% bracket
This will (just for this year) make 80% of your social security taxable
okay that makes sense
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