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2018 Tax Law Changes

2018 - Additional Medicare Tax

There is an 0.9% additional Medicare tax on wages and self-employment income exceeding $250,000 if married filing jointly; $200,000, if single, head of household, or a qualifying widow/widower; or $125,000, if married filing separately. To the extent the tax was not withheld from your wages, you will have to pay it when you file Form 1040

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