I am still working and receiving social security.Do I have to pay taxes on the SS payments.?

Other answer:

Ivan:
Maybe. It depends on how much you made by working.
Judy:
Depends on how much income you, and your spouse if you're married, have in addition to your ss. You show the ss you got on your return.
tro:
possibly, it depends on how much your other income is
to find out you take half of your SS and add to the other income(all of it) if this exceeds $12K if you are single some of your SS is taxable
kelby7670:
You have to pay taxes on it which can range form 0% to 85% of your SS depending on the amount of your other income.
Pascal the Gambler:
Possibly on some of it, yes.
Ann:
yes it is taxable income
Eva:
You may depending on your income. It's a sliding scale. Up to 85% of your benefits may be taxable.
Flower:
You always get SS tax deducted from a paycheck even if you currently receive retirement benefits. If you are single and dont have over $25,000 in income including SS, you dont pay tax on the SS when you file your return.
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