Employers are required to withhold Social Security tax from employees' wages and contribute an equal amount. These contributions fund the Social Security program, which provides retirement, disability, and survivor benefits.

Practical Example of Social Security Wages:

An employee earns $60,000 annually. Their Social Security wages are the same amount, and both the employee and employer contribute 6.2% of this amount to the Social Security program.

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