• Lowering Social Security Taxes

    by  • March 12, 2012 • Personal Finance • 1 Comment

    The government defines provisional income as your total income including tax exempt income plushalf of your Social Security benefits. Timothy Mobley with The Baron Group walks you through this subject on provisional income and lowering social security taxes

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    Tim Mobley is a Louisiana licensed professional who has over twenty years of experience serving the community. He is passionate about working with clients and his goal is to educate and inform them so they feel confident in the decisions that will shape their future. Whether you are concerned about getting out of debt, outliving your retirement, paying too much tax on Social Security benefits, or keeping your money safe in a changing global economy, Tim is a trusted source. His business and personal focus is to coordinate your investment objectives from a tax planning perspective.

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    One Response to Lowering Social Security Taxes

    1. March 12, 2012 at 2:37 am

      A lot of great insight provided here Timothy Mobley – Thanks and I encourage people to visit your website at http://www.barongroup.net

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