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Column: Young workers, meet Social Security

6:50 PM, Jul. 29, 2013
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Welcome to the workforce, new workers! Whether you're beginning the career of a lifetime or just earning some extra money for the school year to come, there is one question that is likely to hit you when you see your first pay stub: "What is the FICA, and why is my paycheck less because of it?"

Generally, employers are required to withhold Social Security and Medicare tax from a worker's paycheck. Your employer matches the amounts you pay in Social Security and Medicare taxes. Usually, the money we withhold is referred to as "Social Security taxes" on the employee's payroll statement. Sometimes ...

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