What is the standard self employment tax rate?

Answer The self-employment tax is a tax levied by the federal government on individuals who work for themselves or as independent contractors. Self-employment taxes are paid on top of income taxes.TypesTh... Read More »

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What is self-employment tax?

The self-employment tax is a U.S. Medicare and Social Security levy paid by individuals who work as independent contractors, operate their own businesses as sole proprietors or participate as membe... Read More »

What is a self employment tax id?

Those who are self-employed use their social security number at their ID number on their taxes. Self-employment tax money goes to Medicare and Social Security, according the Internal Revenue Servic... Read More »

What income is subject to self-employment tax?

If you have more than $400 of earned income from working as an independent contractor or self-employment, you must pay self-employment taxes. In addition, if your income from working as a church em... Read More »

What is the employment rate for a neurologist?

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, in the 2010-11 edition of its Occupational Outlook Handbook, jobs for neurologists (which falls under the category of physicians and surgeons) are expecte... Read More »