Can you claim Social Security & Medicare Taxes Withheld?
Asked by: bustermcleod
I am trying to get a tax refund calculator estimate and I notice my refund amount will be $ 400 less than previous years. I wondered if I missed entering numbers. The only thing I can think of would be the Social & Medicare taxes paid. Do people normally claim these? I didn’t have any federal income tax withheld.
Yeah, maybe the EIC is lower. I will have made a little less than last year due to my job placing me on UNPAID leave for 6 weeks.
@Tro, what? I never said I didn’t have a refund coming to me. I have a kid silly! I only work part time.
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