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Q: Your pay stub from your job deducts money for FICA. What does this mean? A. Money is being withheld to fund Social Security and Medicare. B. Money is being withheld for federal, state, and city
taxes. C. Money is being withheld for personal exemptions and deductions. D. Money is being withheld for excise and estate taxes.
A: A)Money is being withheld to fund Social Security and Medicare. On FICA deduction, money is being withheld to fund Social Security and Medicare.
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User: Your pay stub from your job deducts money for FICA. What does this mean? A. Money is being withheld to fund Social Security and Medicare. B. Money is being withheld for federal, state, and city taxes. C. Money is being withheld for personal exemptions and deductions. D. Money is being withheld for excise and estate taxes.

Weegy: A)Money is being withheld to fund Social Security and Medicare. On FICA deduction, money is being withheld to fund Social Security and Medicare.
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User: Why is representative money more useful than commodity money? A. Representative money can be used for other things besides currency. B. Representative money has value because the government says it does. C. Representative money exists in unlimited supply, so more people use it. D. Representative money is portable, durable, divisible, and acceptable.

Weegy: D. Representative money is portable, durable, divisible, and acceptable.
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User: How does the risk of a money market mutual fund compare with that of a savings account? A. A money market mutual fund has less risk than a savings account. B. A money market mutual fund has slightly greater risk than a savings account. C. A money market mutual fund has much greater risk than a savings account. D. The risk of both is about the same.

User: Why is the federal income tax a progressive tax? A. A higher income has more deductions. B. A higher income pays a lower rate. C. Corporations can lower their taxable income. D. A higher income pays a higher percentage in taxes.





Weegy: i don't really know. did u try googling it?
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