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TWBTeachers Without Borders (Mercer Island, Washington)
TWBTwin Bed (various companies)
TWBTerrestrial Wide Band
TWBTween Brands Inc. (stock symbol)
TWBThe West Bank
TWBThe Wind Blew (gaming)
TWBTailor Welded Blank (welded vehicle body components)
TWBTranslator's Workbench (software)
TWBTaxable Wage Base (Social Security)
TWBThree-Way Boolean
TWBToowoomba, Queensland, Australia - Toowoomba (Airport Code)
TWBThe Whiteboard (web comic)
TWBTonight with Bradman (TV show)
TWBThe Weird Bunch
TWBTranscribed Weather Broadcast
TWBThree Wire Bus
TWBTeens Westward Bound (Mooresville, NC)
TWBThe Washington Bureau (news TV services)
TWBTime Warner Building
TWBTeeny Weeny Bladder
TWBTeam Wind Blade (gaming clan)
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The 2018 edition reflects a new version of the Form I-9 and the 2017 FICA-OASDI taxable wage base. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
This means that the taxable wage base does not restart for FICA and FUTA purposes.
IRS Updates Taxable Wage Base For Permitted Disparity
Even though the employee has received no cash compensation for those two PTO days, the employer is required to include the cash value of those two days in that employee's taxable wage base on Dec.
A striking difference between the solvent and insolvent groups is the size of their statutory taxable wage base (the dollar amount of wages that taxes are levied on in each state).
Others emphasize the system's projected long-range funding shortfall and contend that steps should be taken soon (e.g., raising the retirement age, restraining the growth of initial monthly benefits for future retirees, reducing cost-of-living adjustments, increasing the taxable wage base) so that changes can be phased-in, allowing workers more time to adjust their retirement expectations and plans to reflect what the program will be able to provide in the future.
Recommendation: To provide incentives for states to build up and maintain stronger UI trust fund reserves, the Congress may wish to consider raising the FUTA taxable wage base from its current level of $7,000 and indexing this base to average annual wages.
The law gradually increases the taxable wage base from $8,000 per worker to $14,000 over three years.
The taxable wage base in 2003 for Social Security will be $87,000, up $2,100 from $84,900 in 2002.
Arkansas' taxable wage base is the first $9,000 paid to each employee.
Chapter 3 looks at another automatic change in UI laws, the indexing of the taxable wage base, and determines that such a policy can improve a state's trust fund position.