Questions and Answers for the Additional Medicare Tax

Dec 6, 2016 The Additional Medicare Tax applies to wages, railroad retirement (RRTA) compensation, and self-employment income over certain thresholds.

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Understanding Employment Taxes

Dec 14, 2016 Employers must deposit and report employment taxes. You are required to begin withholding Additional Medicare Tax in the pay period in 

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Publication 15 (2017), (Circular E), Employer's Tax Guide

The social security wage base limit is $127,200.The Medicare tax rate is 1.45% each for the employee and employer, unchanged from 2016. There is no wage 

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Medicare Payroll Tax Goes Up by .9% for High Income Earners

As part of the health care reform legislation passed under the Affordable Care Act, the employee portion of the FICA Medicare payroll tax rate for high income 

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Payroll Tax Calculator -Social Security and Medicare Contributions

The FICA (for Federal Insurance Contributions Act) tax (also known as Payroll Tax or Self-Employment Tax, depending on your employment status) is your 

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2017 Payroll Taxes Will Hit Higher Incomes

Oct 19, 2016 Social Security and Medicare payroll taxes are collected together as the Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) tax. FICA tax rates are 

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Social Security and Medicare: How are Payroll Taxes Calculated

Apr 20, 2017 Some big amounts that come out of our paychecks are for Social Security and Medicare taxes. How are they calculated? Read on for a 

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Payroll Taxes: Basic Information for All Employers - The Balance

May 24, 2017 The law requires that payroll taxes must be withheld from an employee's Additional Medicare tax withholding (0.9 percent) for employees 

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Payroll tax - Wikipedia

Federal social insurance taxes are imposed on from the employee's pay) of all wages for Medicare.

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2017 U.S. Payroll Tax: What You Need to Know -- The Motley Fool

Apr 12, 2017 The basic idea is that the payroll tax requires the current generation of workers to fund the Social Security and Medicare programs for current 

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What Are Payroll Taxes? - AllLaw.com

You will withhold 1.45% of an employee's wages and pay a matching amount for Medicare tax. There is no wage base for the Medicare portion of the FICA tax.

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Policy Basics: Federal Payroll Taxes | Center on Budget and Policy

Mar 23, 2016 The federal government levies payroll taxes on wages and self-employment income Main Payroll Taxes Fund Social Security and Medicare.

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2016 Social Security Wage Base - FICA Tax Rate | Paycor | Paycor

Jan 15, 2016 (See the evolution of the SSA wage base here.) There is still no limit to the wages that can be subject to the Medicare tax, which equals 1.45% 

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