Hi:I have changed jobs recently. In my previous job, I had already hit the limit of FICA taxes for this year. However, my current employer says that they will deduct the FICA taxes for this year as if I just started earning this year! They say that I can get my excess FICA taxes back when I file my income taxes for this year. I see some problems with this. First, I don't remember any place in the 1040 where I indicate what my FICA taxes were. Secondly, why would the IRS be refunding my excess FICA taxes? Is it not the SSA that gets the FICA money?I am completely lost on this one. If any of you have any suggestions/experiences regarding this, please post a reply.Thanks,--Sudhi.
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