Social Security at Age 62

I just started drawing social security at age 62 in Dec. of 2011. I do not have other income other than my monthly pension from GE. My wife still works at GE.

She makes around $41000 a year. My pension is around $22000 a year. Is there any way to keep from paying tax on my social security at the end of the year? If not how will it be taxed?

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