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  2. Payroll tax - Wikipedia

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    The tax is paid by employers based on the total remuneration (salary and benefits) paid to all employees, at a standard rate of 14% (though, under certain circumstances, can be as low as 4.75%). Employers are allowed to deduct a small percentage of an employee's pay (around 4%). Another tax, social insurance, is withheld by the employer. Brazil

  3. What does the payroll tax deferral mean for your paycheck?

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    Since the Social Security tax is 6.2% of your paycheck, that means you'll see an increase in pay of 6.2%. An employee who regularly makes $2,000 per paycheck after taxes can expect to make...

  4. White House drops payroll tax cut after GOP allies object

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    July 23, 2020, 10:41 AM WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House reluctantly dropped its bid to cut Social Security payroll taxes Thursday as Republicans prepared to unveil a $1 trillion COVID-19 rescue...

  5. Trump’s permanent payroll tax cut would deplete Social ...

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    “if this hypothetical legislation were enacted, with no alternative source of revenue to replace the elimination of payroll taxes on earned income paid on january 1, 2021 and thereafter, we...

  6. Types of Taxes and Why You Have To Pay Them - AOL

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    The payroll tax is made of two separate taxes: the Social Security tax and the Medicare tax. The Social Security tax is 12.4%, but it only applies to a maximum amount of earned income each year...

  7. Do You Know What’s Being Deducted From Your Paycheck?

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    Social Security and Medicare Taxes Your employer also withholds Social Security and Medicare taxes, known as FICA payroll taxes. Generally, 6.2% of your income is taken out for Social Security...

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