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Is there a limit to the amount of Social Security Tax that

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Is there a limit to the amount of Social Security Tax that can be with held if you had income from more than one job?

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Good afternoon. Yes, for 2012, the maximum taxable earnings amount upon which Social Security (OASDI) taxes may be calculated is an aggregate amount equal to $110,100 per taxpayer no matter how many jobs the taxpayer may have.

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