SSI & Wages?

Answer The United States federal government runs a variety of programs that provide income and benefits to low-income and disadvantaged people. Government programs that provide benefits based on financial... Read More »

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Are the wages on your W-2 gross or net?

The wages listed in box 1 of the W-2 form are gross wages. The W-2 also lists the total federal, state and local taxes and the social security, medicare, pension and other payments withheld from th... Read More »

How much tax is withheld for wages for SS?

The 2010 Social Security tax rate is 12.4 percent of wages, up to a maximum of $106,800 per person. You pay half of this tax--6.2 percent--through withholding, and your employer pays the other half... Read More »

How to Garnish Wages?

Wage garnishment is a way to collect your debt directly from the debtor's paycheck to ensure payment. You should consider wage garnishment only after all other attempts to collect your debt have fa... Read More »

What is a levy on wages?

A levy on wages is a legal seizure of your wages to pay off a debt, according to the IRS. If you do not pay your taxes, the IRS can seize your wages to pay them. The IRS can also place a levy on an... Read More »