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Is there any annual limit on withholdings on Social Security Tax and Medicare Tax ?

As DowDanny indicated, there is no limit on medicaire; however, there is a limit on SS. For 1999 this limit was $4501.20, I think. You might want to check out the following link for 2000 numbers:

Since I changed my employer in the middle of the year, I have no idea if my withholdings have exceeded the limit (in case such a limit exists).

Check out the thread starting with post 24049; I came across it using the search feature at the top of the page:

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