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AcronymDefinition
FICAFederal Insurance Contributions Act (US)
FICAFestival International du Court Métrage d'Abidjan (French: International Short Film Festival in Abidjan; Côte d'Ivoire)
FICAFur Information Council of America (West Hollywood, CA)
FICAFolded Inverted Conformal Antenna (telecommunications)
FICAFederation of International Cricketers Association
FICAFondation Internationale de Capoeira Angola (French: International Foundation of Angola Capoeira)
FICAFirst International Computer of America
FICAFellow de l'Institut Canadien des Actuaires (French: Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries)
FICAForum for International Commercial Arbitration (now Forum for International Conciliation and Arbitration)
FICAFellow of the International Compliance Association
FICAFisher Island Community Association (Florida)
FICAFederal Insurance and Compensation Act
FICAFort Irwin Cantonment Area (California; US Army)
FICAForum for International Conciliation and Arbitration (formerly Forum for International Commercial Arbitration)
FICAFleet Imaging Command Atlantic (Navy Photographic Command based in Norfolk Virginia)
FICAFederation of Independent Carnival Associations (UK)
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The FICA and FUTA special timing rule applicable to nonqualified plans of deferred compensation paid to "top hat" employees in for profit companies: When nonqualified deferred compensation is provided to a "select group of management or highly compensated employees" (i.
The court also held that since SUB payments are defined as nonwage payments for income tax withholding, they are also nonwage payments for FICA withholdings [Rowan Cos.
SUB-Pay benefits are linked to the receipt of state UI benefits which, pursuant to the IRS's administrative position going back to the 1950s, is not subject to FICA or FUTA taxes.
Cencast argued the FICA and FUTA tax liabilities are imposed only on the entity that pays the wages.
Under Section 3121(v)(2), the deferred compensation benefits become wages subject to FICA taxation either when the employee performs the services for which the deferred compensation benefit is paid, or when the benefit is no longer subject to a substantial risk of forfeiture, whichever is later.
This is good news for agricultural employers, as it indicates that the FICA payroll tax exemption should apply to their 2010 seasonal hires.
If a public employer has a qualifying FICA replacement retirement system for its employees, it is not required to pay the Old-Age, Survivor, Disability portion of Social Security
13) The district court granted the University's motion for summary judgment, concluding that the payments it made pursuant to the ERPs did not constitute wages and therefore were not subject to FICA taxation.
check] Daub also recommends what's called the "carve-out" approach, with the goal being "to have a combination of FICA and personal accounts that equal or exceed what you get now if we don't fix the system.
Even if an employer takes the position that the differential payments are not wages for FITW, FICA tax, and FUTA tax purposes, it may still want to consider asking reservists whether they would like to elect voluntary withholding from the payments.
On Page 19, under FICA & SE Tax, the 2003 FICA wage base is $87,000.
Those chilling words were spoken last week by FICA chief executive Tim May and spell out the clearest possible warning about next year's World Cup in South Africa.