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What are the maximum earnings that can be counted for any calendar year for computing AME or AIME?

714. What are the maximum earnings that can be counted for any calendar year for computing AME or AIME?

The table below shows the maximum earnings for each year that we can use when computing your AME or AIME.


Yearly Maximum Earnings

Year

Maximum Earnings

Year

Maximum Earnings

2007

$97,500

1985

$39,600

2006

$94,200

1984

$37,800

2005

$90,000

1983

$35,700

2004

$87,900

1982

$32,400

2003

$87,000

1981

$29,700

2002

$84,900

1980

$25,900

2001

$80,400

1979

$22,900

2000

$76,200

1978

$17,700

1999

$72,600

1977

$16,500

1998

$68,400

1976

$15,300

1997

$65,400

1975

$14,100

1996

$62,700

1974

$13,200

1995

$61,200

1973

$10,800

1994

$60,600

1972

$9,000

1993

$57,600

1968-1971

$7,800

1992

$55,500

1967

$6,600

1991

$53,400

1966

$6,600

1990

$51,300

1959-1965

$4,800

1989

$48,000

1955-1958

$4,200

1988

$45,000

1951-1954

$3,600

1987

$43,800

1940-1950

$3,000

1986

$42,000

1937-1939

$3,000 per employer

Last Revised: Jul. 30, 2007


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