What is the annual wage limit that is subject to medicare tax?

Answer There is no annual wage limit for Medicare taxes. For 2009, individuals must pay Medicare tax of 1.45% on all earnings.Source:Social Security and Medicare Taxes

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Is a money market subject to the FDIC limit?

The FDIC insurance limit of $250,000 applies to bank money market accounts. Co-owners of an account are insured up to $250,000 each. Money market mutual funds are not insured by the FDIC.References... Read More »

What is the annual wage for a sergeant in the army?

It depends on several factors including length of service (and also what KIND of sergeant). I've included a link to the military pay tables; a Sergeant in the Army specifically (as opposed to Staff... Read More »

What is the annual pay of secret service agents annual pay guarding the United States President?

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Can a Medicare patient receive reimbursement directl from Medicare for purchase of durable medical equipment?

Answer ABSOLUTELY THEY CAN! Wherever you bought your durable medical equipment should be able to bill Medicare DMERC on your behalf. They send in the claim for you and they have to check the box to... Read More »