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1403.1 What does the earnings record show?
Your earnings record shows the amount of earnings reported by your employer or by you, if you are self-employed. Also, it shows the periods for which your earnings were reported.
1403.2 What happens to the Social Security taxes?
During working years, employees, their employers, and the self-employed pay Social Security and/or Medicare taxes. The equivalent of these taxes is pooled in special trust funds under automatic appropriation by Congress. (See §140.)
Last Revised: Jul. 1, 2004
- Procedure for Correcting Earnings Record
- Self-Employment Tax
- Checking Individual Earnings Records
- Statements of Earnings for Employees
- What happens if a child is entitled to benefits on more than one earnings record at the same time?
- Evidence Needed to Change Earnings Record
- Recording Earnings Credits
- Annual Report of Earnings
- Earnings Information Available from Social Security Records
- Special Rules for Cash Tips After 1965
- Earnings as Basis for Benefits
- Can wages be credited to your record even if you cannot obtain any evidence of wages?
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