Do taxes apply to Social Security Disability benefits?

Feb 10, 2011 | Social Security

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The San Francisco Chronicle reports that millions of Americans received Social Security Disability benefits in 2010. It is time to file those 2010 taxes, which leaves many Americans wondering if they will be taxed for their Social Security Disability benefits.

If your earnings combined with your Social Security Disability benefits are above a certain base amount, then a portion of your disability benefits will be taxed.

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