To verify the Tax Foundation’s data, I researched information for the 26 states (and Washington, D.C.) that don’t tax Social Security income at all:
See the full report from the Tax Foundation here. You'll also see states that exempt the portion of Social Security benefits that are included in federal taxable income.
As you get closer to retirement, you may be wondering when you should start taking your Social Security benefits.
Money expert Clark Howard says if you want to profit more from your money, you'll probably want to delay drawing Social Security.
In addition to Clark's advice on how your age affects your Social Security payments, he says you also need to consider your current financial situation and your retirement plans. Here's more about the best time to take your Social Security.