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 Are Social Security Benefits subject to Kansas income tax ?

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 Are Social Security Benefits subject to Kansas income tax ?

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If the amount on Line 1 of Form K-40, Kansas Individual Income Tax Return, is $75,000 or less, (regardless of your filing status) enter on line A7 the amount received as benefits under the Social Security Act (including SSI) to the extent these benefits are included in federal adjusted gross income. Do not make an entry if your social security benefit is not subject to federal income tax.

For more information, visit Kansas Department of Revenue.


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Views: 663 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Dec 19, 2018
Posted in: States, Kansas

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