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About 40,000 taxpayers who rely on Social Security will no longer pay state taxes on those benefits, thanks to the advocacy of AARP and its volunteers.
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AARP Vermont is urging legislators to take action in 2018 to reduce state income taxes on Social Security benefits.
fiscal cliff
With the Dec. 31 st deadline to address expiring tax and spending cuts looming, many people across the nation and here in Vermont are left wondering what Washington’s budget debate means for them.  Unfortunately, some in Washington are considering cramming changes to Medicare and Social Security into a year-end budget deal. Today, AARP is providing a breakdown of the impact a shortsighted budget deal could have on the health and retirement security of Vermont seniors and their kids and grandkids.
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