What is the income threshold for exemption for Medicare deduction from Social Security?

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There is no income threshold for Medicare taxes. While the 6.2% Social Security tax is only deducted from the first $106,800 of gross income, you continue paying 1.45% for Medicare on all wages earned.
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At what age will social security and medicare taxes not be withheld from income?

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What is deducted from a workers paycheck to fund social security and medicare?

In most years, your employer will deduct the following from your paycheck: Social Security: 6.2% of your gross pay Medicare: 1.45% of your gross pay However, in 2011 O

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