What Is Fed Oasdi EE Withholding?

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Fed Oasdi EE Withholding refers to Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance/Employee share. It is the tax contribution made towards the federal Social Security account.
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Payments from the OASDI system are made to surviving spouses and children, disabled workers and retirees who earned enough points to be eligible for the benefit during their working
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OASDI - Old age, survivors, and disability insurance - the official name for Social Security. Social Security tax 6.2% of the first $97,500 in wages for 2007 and the Medicare tax
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The deduction labeled OASDI/EE on your paycheck stands for Old-Age, Survivors, and
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why iam I paying fed oasdi/ee and ny oasdi/ee isn't it the same thing.
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