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What is the minimum contribution to social security?

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What is the minimum contribution to social security?
For an employee with an employer withholding the 6.2% the employee minimum contribution amount would also be 6.25% of the gross wages (earnings)
10 X .0625 = .63
100 X .0625 = 6.25
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