Medicare deductions are funds withheld from employee paychecks to pay into the federal Medicare system, as reported by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The Medicare system relies on these funds and paying into the sys... More »

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Some of the facts in the "Medicare & You" handbook include enrollment information; how Medicare works; and whether Medicare covers a given test, service or item. It also explains how to obtain supplemental insurance, als... More »

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The definition of a social welfare policy is social services provided by a government for its citizens. Examples of social welfare in the United States include Medicare, Medicaid, temporary assistance for needy families,... More »

U.S. Internal Revenue Service Form 1040A, the short form of the individual income tax return, and its instruction booklet change every year because federal tax laws that govern the rules, computations, allowances and ded... More »

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To file an estimated quarterly tax return, a taxpayer needs to know his expected income, deductions and credits for the year and submit Internal Revenue Service Form 1040-ES on the four deadline dates the IRS has establi... More »

The Internal Revenue Service requires corporations to include information about their income, deductions and dividends in the IRS 1120 form for the year 2013. Corporations also have to fill their tax computation data, bu... More »

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Payroll tax deductions are calculated using the IRS W-4 form, which gives an employer the information needed to determine the deduction for an employee, the Houston Chronicle explains. This form lets the employer determi... More »