Self-employment Tax

Self-employment Tax,

What Does Self-employment Tax Mean?

Independent taxpayers paid taxes to help with social security and health insurance. In 2010, the self-employment tax rate was 15.3% of a self-employed person's income.

Most people who run their own businesses, such as private owners, partners or independent contractors, are subject to self-employment tax. Taxes include self-employment benefits for Social Security (OASDI) and Medicare (HI), similar to taxes that prevent employers from paying employees.

Literal Meanings of Self-employment Tax

Self:

Meanings of Self:
  1. People's accessories that set them apart from others are primarily seen as objects of self-awareness or reflex action.

  2. (Print or cover) The same material and the same color as the other item.

  3. Jurgen himself.

Sentences of Self
  1. Our alienation from who we really are

  2. Belt dress

  3. Dissolved stress will lose a lot of strength in your offspring

Employment:

Meanings of Employment:
  1. Paid working conditions.

Sentences of Employment
  1. One-time team delivery

Tax:

Meanings of Tax:
  1. A mandatory contribution to government revenue that is received by the government on the employee's income and company profits or is added to the cost of certain goods, services and transactions.

  2. Strict restrictions or demands.

  3. Collecting tax on (something or something)

  4. Demanding (a person's power or resources)

  5. Face guilt or guilt.

  6. Investigation and evaluation (case cost)

Sentences of Tax
  1. Higher taxes will reduce consumer spending

  2. Heavy tax on reader's attention

  3. Hardware and software are subject to 7.5% tax

  4. He knew that the next test would force all his strength

  5. Why are you accusing me of this meaningless accusation?

  6. Tax agents

Synonyms of Tax

weigh down, assessment, strain, put a strain on, denounce, imposition, confront, censure, tribute, fee, duty, call to account, stress, condemn, tithe, make demands on, excise, impose a toll on, tariff, toll, charge