The 2019 Edition of Social Security Explained provides a succinct, comprehensive, and detailed explanation of the federal old-age, survivor's and disability insurance programs under the Social Security Act.
Social Security Explained, 2019 Edition covers:
- Who is covered by the Social Security system
- Liability for Social Security tax
- How a worker acquires "insured status" required for benefit eligibility
- The conditions of entitlement by a worker, self-employed person, and spousal and child beneficiaries to the various kinds of Social Security benefits
- The taxation of benefits
- Strategies for increasing benefits and managing attendant tax consequences
In addition to thorough analysis of the applicable laws, regulations and administrative rulings, Social Security Explained, 2019 Edition includes:
- The latest earnings base for the Social Security tax and Medicare portion of the tax, as well as the annual earnings or retirement test amount
- The formula for the calculation of the maximum total amounts a family can receive in 2018 and prior years
- And much more!
Previous Edition: Social Security Explained, 2018 Edition, ISBN: 9781454895596
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