I am planning retirement, is my social security taxable income?

I will be 65 and there is no one hiring, I do have a part time job @ 9.00 hr for a total of 22 hrs a week

It depends on the rest of your income.

For some people, none of the SSA benefits are taxable.
For others, up to 85% is included in their income.

The formula for singles is 1/2 of theSSA benefits plus all other income. If the total is less than $25,000, none of the SSA benefits are taxable.

If you are under full retirement age for the entire year, we deduct $1 from your benefit payments for every $2 you earn above the annual limit.

For 2009, that limit is $14,160.