Look at my paycheck
There are 5 sections: earnings, taxes, pre-tax deductions, after-tax deductions, and benefits paid by the employer.
This section shows how much I earned. So you can see that I made $ 11,041.67 this pay period and the total number so far is $ 110,416.70.
You will see three items there: Federal Withholding, MED / EE, and OASDI / EE.
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Fed MED / EE is the employee-paid portion of Medicare tax.
Fed OASDI / EE is the portion paid by the employees of the Social Security tax. This tax provides the funds to pay for social security benefits.
Please note: Fed MED / EE and OASDI / EE together are sometimes called FICA taxes.
You will see the following 4 items there: insurance, 401k, parking rebate, and HSA.
After-tax deductions: Long-term disability (most states have to force employees to take LTD) and 401k Thrift (after-tax 401k contributions).
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