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SS contributions are not a deduction from taxable income. The tax bracket schedule is on taxable income, that is after all inclusions and exemptions/deductions.
It's the other way around. Half the amount of your Social Security benefits are deducted from Illinois' unemployment benefits. Illinois is one of only three states that still …applies a 50% offset to unemployment.
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Most states no longer penalize Social Security recipients with unemployment offsets, but five states -- Illinois, Louisiana, South Dakota, Utah and Virginia -- currently reduc…e weekly unemployment benefits by 50% of your prorated monthly Social Security check. South Dakota and Virginia have repealed their offset laws, but still have a provision allowing them to deduct Social Security benefits from unemployment checks when state unemployment funds fall below a pre-determined threshold. The long recession and high unemployment rate triggered the offset in both states.
In the US, unemployment insurance is completely separate from social security taxes. Employers pay federal (FUTA) unemployment insurance for each employee based on the… employee's earnings. Most employers also pay state (SUI) unemployment insurance. Unemployment insurance is an employer expense. The employee does not pay into the unemployment insurance fund. In the US, employement taxes are funded as follows: Employee Pays (Withholding) Federal Income Tax FICA-Social Security FICA-Medicare State Income Tax State Disability Insurance Employer Pays (Tax Expense) FICA-Social Security (matches employee withholding) FICA-Medicare (matches employee withholding) Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA) State Unemployment Insurance (SUI) Employment Training Tax (ETT) NOTE: this breakdown is for California. State employment taxes may differ in other states.
From your social security benefit amount you will have to determine the amount that you would want the social security administration to withhold for income taxes before they …issue your net SSB check amount. Go to the IRS gov website and use the search box for W-4V Voluntary Withholding Request and choose the percentage amount that you would want them to withhold from your gross benefit amount and get it to the SSA office. You NEVER do have any deductions for federal taxes or other items from your net take home paycheck when it is issued to you. The net amount that is on the paycheck that you have in your hand is your net pay for the pay period after all of the federal taxes and other necessary withholding amounts have been withheld from your gross earnings by your employer payroll department. You should get the information from your employer payroll department if you really need to know the correct numbers or amount that should be deducted from your gross earnings not from your paycheck.
You may be an independnet contractor, not an actual employee. If you are, the company/employer doe sNOT have to provide much for you plius YOU MUST pay many things, incl the …7.65% of the 15.3% FICA tax hey normally would.
If you were a employee and had a employer you can use the below information for your situation. Firms and workers file Form SS-8 to request a determination of the status of a …worker for purposes of federal employment taxes and income tax withholding. A Form SS-8 determination may be requested only in order to resolve federal tax matters. If Form SS-8 is submitted for a tax year for which the statute of limitations on the tax return has expired, a determination letter will not be issued. The statute of limitations expires 3 years from the due date of the tax return or the date filed, whichever is later. The IRS does not issue a determination letter for proposed transactions or on hypothetical situations. We may, however, issue an information letter when it is considered appropriate. The above information come from the Form SS-8 page 4 and it is available by going to the IRS gov web site and using the search box SS-8 You can click on the below related link
No they call it a contribution but if you refuse to pay it they will come after you and kill you or put you in prison. So no I would not call that optional.
Social Security is funded by FICA; Medicare is funded by Medicare tax.
In State Laws
All States, except the ones in the Related Question below, do not offset the unemployment benefits by the Social Security. They are separate programs and, except for the above…, do not interfere with each other.
You can deduct child support if you are the recipient.
No. No. No. That's really the only explanation needed on this one.