The Social Security Earnings Cap Through the Years
Ever wonder how the annual cap on wages subject to Social Security tax has evolved since the beginning? It hasn’t always changed each year, and it hasn’t always been indexed to any inflation indicators; nevertheless, it has grown from a starting point of $3000 in 1937 to $127,200 for 2017. The Motley Fool’s Sean Williams charts this growth year-by-year in an article posted today on www.fool.com…check it out here.
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