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2015 Tax Changes

January 15, 2015

Social Security Wage Base for 2015: The Social Security Administration announced that the maximum earnings subject to the Social Security component of the FICA tax will increase to $118,500 in 2015 from $117,000 in 2014. This means, that for 2015, the maximum Social Security tax that employers and employees will each pay is $7,347 ($118,500 x 6.2%), and a self-employed person...

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1099 Filing Requirements

January 17, 2013

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1099 Filing Requirements

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Recent Tax Changes

January 14, 2013

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Recent Tax Changes

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2012 Tax Information - Important Changes

January 15, 2012

Social Security Withholding Change For Employees

Congress will extend through all of 2012 the payroll tax cut that was started in 2011. The popular consensus is that neither political party wants to be blamed for cutting workers’ take home pay in an election year.

For 2012, all employers should withhold 4.2% for the employee's social security withholding...

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2011 Tax Information - Important Changes

January 4, 2011

Social Security Withholding Change For Employees

Starting January 1, 2011, all employers should withhold 4.2% for the employee's social security withholding for 2011. The employer's social security matching portion of 6.2% does not change. Medicare withholding remains at 1.45% for both the employees and the employer's matching portion. The social security maximum...

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2015 Tax Changes

January 15, 2015

Social Security Wage Base for 2015: The Social Security Administration announced that the maximum earnings subject to the Social Security component of the FICA tax will increase...

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