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What is the Annual Maximum Social Security Tax?
Social Security taxes are withheld up to a maximum amount, which changes each year. Here are the maximum wages subject to Social Security for the past few ...
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Overview of Social Security Taxes Including 2015 Rates
The Social Security Administration updated the maximum wage base for 2015. The Social Security tax of 12.4% applies to wages and self-employment income.
http://taxes.about.com/od/payroll/a/Social-Security-Taxes.htm
Obama on Social Security - Eliminate the Social Security Payroll Tax ...
Those who earn more will pay Social Security taxes only on the first $102,000. Removing the cap and making all earnings subject to the Social Security payroll  ...
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Tax Treatment of Wage and Salary Income - Tax Planning: U.S.
The Social Security tax is a flat rate tax with a maximum cap. The Social Security tax is a flat 12.4% on all compensation income, up to a maximum compensation ...
http://taxes.about.com/od/income/a/Wage-And-Salary-Income.htm
What are Payroll Taxes - Payroll Taxes Definition - Social Security ...
The employer tax rate for social security is also 6.2% (12.4% total). The Social Security portion of the tax is capped each year at a maximum wages subject to ...
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Federal Income Tax Withholding on Wage Income - Tax Planning: U.S.
Employers are required to withhold federal income tax, Social Security tax, ... from Social Security taxes up to the annual Social Security wage base limit of ...
http://taxes.about.com/od/Withholding/a/Wage-Withholding.htm
Tax Treatment of Self-Employment Income - Tax Planning: U.S.
The wage base amount is set each year by Social Security. The Social Security tax is paid for half by the employer and half by the employee. The self-employed  ...
http://taxes.about.com/od/income/a/Self-Employment-Income.htm
How to Plan for and Minimize the Self-Employment Tax
May 1, 2009 ... tax is composed of a 12.4% Social Security tax on the first $118,500 of ... The $118,500 amount is called the Social Security wage base, and ...
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The Basics of the Medicare Tax - Tax Planning: U.S. - About.com
income earned by self-employed individuals. There's no limit on the amount wages subject to Medicare taxes, unlike the annual wage limit for Social Security  ...
http://taxes.about.com/od/payroll/a/Medicare-Tax.htm
Wages and Self-Employment Tax - US Business Law / Taxes - About ...
Your employer withholds Social Security and Medicare tax from your paychecks as an employee. The Social Security tax is capped each year at a specific ...
http://biztaxlaw.about.com/od/typesofbusinesstaxes/f/Self-Employment-Tax-And-Taxes-From-Employment.htm
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