FICA Taxes Deferred Compensation

Federal Insurance Contribution Act (FICA) Taxes are United States federal payroll taxes levied to fund the Social Security and Medicare system. FICA Taxes burdens are divided between employers and employees and... more +
Federal Insurance Contribution Act (FICA) Taxes are United States federal payroll taxes levied to fund the Social Security and Medicare system. FICA Taxes burdens are divided between employers and employees and are currently set at 12.4% for Social Security and 2.9% for Medicare. less -
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This Time The Employer Is Responsible For The Withholding Error

I recently blogged here about a situation involving Verizon withholding US taxes from payments to former employees who never lived or worked in the U.S....more

American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012: Expanded Roth Conversions and Other Benefit and Retirement Related Provisions

On January 2 , 2013, President Obama signed the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (H.R. 8) (the “Relief Act”) into law. While the principal intention of the Relief Act was to avert the key elements of the “fiscal cliff” by...more

New Medicare Tax Goes Into Effect January 2013: Year-End Tax Planning For Employers

The Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation team at Polsinelli Shughart have analyzed the potential implications of the new Medicare Tax to their clients' businesses and can provide direct and practical advice on your...more

Perspectives - Fall 2012 | Volume 3, Edition 2: An Executive Compensation, Benefits & Human Resources Law Update

In This Edition: - Year-end Deadline for Correcting Section 409A Deferred Compensation Arrangements That Condition Payment on an Employee Release or Covenant: By December 31, 2012, all deferred compensation...more

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