Solved: My 2018 social security statement shows that I have paid a total of $41,338 and my employer has paid $42,860 leaving a difference of $1,522 since 2010 is this normal?
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marcenout
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My 2018 social security statement shows that I have paid a total of $41,338 and my employer has paid $42,860 leaving a difference of $1,522 since 2010 is this normal?

 
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SweetieJean
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My 2018 social security statement shows that I have paid a total of $41,338 and my employer has paid $42,860 leaving a difference of $1,522 since 2010 is this normal?

You would have to contact the SSA and your employer.

This is an income tax forum.

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SweetieJean
Level 15

My 2018 social security statement shows that I have paid a total of $41,338 and my employer has paid $42,860 leaving a difference of $1,522 since 2010 is this normal?

You would have to contact the SSA and your employer.

This is an income tax forum.

View solution in original post

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