Why must I still pay Social Security payroll taxes?
In a question received by The AMAC Foundation’s Social Security Advisory Service, a reader laments that he must still pay Social Security FICA payroll taxes at work, even though he’s already collecting Social Security benefits. The questioner asks whether he should get a benefit increase from paying those taxes, or at least have the payroll taxes refunded. In this nationally syndicated Social Security column “Social Security Matters” appearing the Redlands (CA) Community News, the Foundation’s national Social Security Advisor Russell Gloor answers the reader’s question in detail explaining why he must pay those taxes and how they are utilized. Click here to read more.
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