Places Where People Pay the Least Into Social Security

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Less than half (47.7 percent) of the money earned in New York City is taxable by the Social Security system, according to an Urban Institute analysis by Richard Johnson. That’s largely because so many residents earned significantly more than the Social Security tax cap of $106,800 in 2009.

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