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sethadam30
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Do I need to report somewhere that my employer does not withhold social security tax because they are exempt by their Pension plan (Ohio) and I do not owe SS tax?

 
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DoninGA
Level 15

Do I need to report somewhere that my employer does not withhold social security tax because they are exempt by their Pension plan (Ohio) and I do not owe SS tax?

Social Security taxes are not withheld on Pension or retirement income reported on a Form 1099-R.

If you are referring to wages reported on a W-2, SS taxes are not required to be reported on a tax return.

Bsch4477
Level 15

Do I need to report somewhere that my employer does not withhold social security tax because they are exempt by their Pension plan (Ohio) and I do not owe SS tax?

That will be reflected on your W-2. You don’t have to do anything special. 

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