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When Does a Senior Citizen on Social Security Stop Filing Taxes?
The IRS requires you to file a tax return when your gross income exceeds the sum of the standard deduction for your filing status plus one exemption amount. These filing rules still apply to senior citizens who are living on Social Security benefits. If you are a senior, however, you don't count your Social Security income as gross income. If Social Security is your sole source of income, then you don't need to file a tax return. Read more…

The Golden Years Guide to Tax-Free Retirement
The earlier you begin socking away savings, the much better off you'll be in your "golden years." By using some tax tips, you can end up paying little or no taxes after you retire. Read more…

Tax Tips After You Retire
Even if your current retirement income plan doesn't provide maximum tax benefits, you can still restructure your payment strategies to optimize your tax results. Read more…

Tax Tips for Retirement
Saving for retirement? TurboTax can help with your 401(k), IRA, stock options, Social Security, pensions, annuities and more. Read more…

Boost Your Retirement Savings
For most taxpayers, saving for retirement is the best way to lower your taxes and to build a sizeable nest egg. TurboTax will help you take advantage of the tax deductions related to saving for your retirement. Read more…

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