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Old 01-22-2015, 07:32 PM
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When does the "Additional Medicare Tax apply" to high income taxpayers?

According to the IRS, "an additional Medicare Tax of 0.90% applies to an Individual's Wages or Self Employment Income if that compensation exceeds the following threshold amount as shown below;
  1. $250,000 for Married filing joint filiers.

  2. $125,000 for Married filing separate filiers.

  3. $200,000 for Single, Head of Household or Qualified Widower filiers.

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