Michigan Retirement Benefits – what’s taxable?

Here’s a ‘quick n dirty outline’:Anibal-Group-LLC-RealtyNetWorth-Senior_Services_mom-dad-time-to-sell-house

  • “…Retirees born before 1946 are not likely to see any change in the tax treatment of their benefits.
  • Retirees born during the years 1946 through 1952 will only be taxed on benefits that exceed $20,000/single filer or $40,000/joint filers.
  • Retirees born after 1952 will be taxed on all of their benefits until reaching age 67…”

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