Nick Timiraos’ recent article in the Wall Street Journal ( Donald Trump’s Spending Push Rankles Fiscal Conservatives, 11/28/16) , is rather disingenuous with his so-called analysis of Trump’s fiscal roadmap. He clearly aims to torpedo Trump’s plan to cut taxes by tying the … [Read more...] about Tax Cuts are Not the Problem; Overspending is!
Under federal tax law, Social Security amounts that people receive are either 1) not taxable if income is low enough; 2) partially, from 0% to 85% as your income rises or 3) fully if you pass a certain income threshold. Your income is based on a Modified AGI which is … [Read more...] about Is Social Security Taxable? Should It Be?