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Social Security Wage Base

In 2010, the Social Security Wage Base was $106,800 and the Social Security tax rate ... Year, Wage Base, Increase, Maximum Social Security Employee Share  ...

Benefits Planner: Maximum Taxable Earnings ... - Social Security

For 2015, the maximum amount of taxable earnings is $118,500. ... Social Security taxes would be withheld from the $119,000 you earned in 2014, but the  ...

OASDI and SSI Program Rates & Limits, 2015 - Social Security

Social Security ( OASDI ) Program Rates & Limits, 2015. Tax Rates (percent). Social Security (Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance). Employers and ...

Social Security Press Office: 2015 Social Security Changes

NOTE: The 7.65% tax rate is the combined rate for Social Security and Medicare. ... One dollar in benefits will be withheld for every $3 in earnings above the limit ...

Contribution and Benefit Base - Social Security

This limit changes each year with changes in the national average wage index. We call this annual limit the contribution and benefit base. For earnings in 2015, ...

Update 2015 - Social Security

No limit on earnings. Under full retirement age. $15,480. For every $2 over the limit,. $1 is withheld from benefits. $15,720. For every $2 over the limit,.

What Is the Maximum Social Security Tax for 2015? -- The Motley Fool

Mar 28, 2015 ... In the case of Social Security, that amounts to a 12.4% rate. Thus, for self- employed people, the limits for 2014 and 2015 are exactly double the ...

FICA – Wage Limits and Tax Rates

Oct 31, 2014 ... To determine the gross pay subject to social security tax withholding, up to the wage base limit, you must first add any taxable fringe benefit ...

Income Subject to FICA Payroll Tax Increases in 2015

Oct 23, 2014 ... High-earning employees will find more of their compensation subject to Social Security payroll (FICA) taxes in 2015, when maximum taxable ...

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 ...

Popular Q&A
Q: What Is the Salary Limit for Social Security Withholding?
A: When the Social Security Administration began collecting taxes in 1937, only the first $3,000 of an individual's earnings were subject to the tax. This amount i... Read More »
Q: Why do we have a limit on Social Security withholdings?
A: The limit on the taxation (yes, there IS a tax, Virginia) is in place because there is a limit on the payouts. Rich people would be saying that it'd be unfair f... Read More »
Q: How to Adjust Social Security Withholding.
A: 1. Download Form W-4V from the IRS. This voluntary withholding request enables the SSA to withhold taxes from your monthly benefit. 2. Fill in your name, Social... Read More »
Q: What is the 2008 maximun social security withholding amount?
A: It's not really a withholding.but more an insurance premium of 12.4% of applicable wages.if your an employee half of that is paid by the employer, if your self ... Read More »
Q: What is the 2009 maximum social security withholding amount?
A: For 2009, the Social Security Withholding tax (OASDI) is 6.20% on wages up to $106,800. Doing the math the maximum social security withholding is $6,621.60. If ... Read More »