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Subject: Re: Social Security limit Date: 8/16/1999 10:10 PM
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For 1999, the income cap is $72,600 for the Social Security portion. If you are an employee/employer, the combined SS and Medicare rate is 7.65%; if you are self-employed, its 15.3%. After you hit the $72,000 cap, you continue to pay Medicare at a 1.45%/2.9% rate.

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