Know the ins and outs of taxation related to your Social Security benefits.
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You must report your Social Security benefits as income on your expat tax return. Generally, if you have other income, your benefits will be taxed. If they are, only 85% of your benefits can be considered taxable income.
Submitted on Jun 23, 2016 - Category: Expat Finance
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