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Some People Don’t Have To Pay Social Security Taxes

It’s true. There are four groups of people that are not required to pay the either the 6.2% employer or 6.2% employee side Social Security payroll tax. Ashley Donohoe covers the groups in this piece. They are: 1. Eligible Student Workers who work at their institutions; 2. Qualifying Religious Group Members; 3. Certain Government Employees Covered by Other Equivalent Pension Plans; 4. Some Nonresident Aliens, though this one is complex and technical. Full article here.

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