If you are an employee of a related business, your employer must indicate whether the U.S. company has an agreement with the IRS pursuant to Section 3121(l) of the Internal Income Code to pay U.S. Social Security taxes for U.S. citizens and residents employed by the related business and, if so, the effective date of agreement 3121(l). Social security rates and ceilings (or ceilings) differ from country to country. The graph shows the amounts of contributions for employees and employers, the amounts as a percentage of gross wages and the marginal social security rate for a number of gross wages. (Note: the marginal rate is the rate applicable to the next dollar earned in addition to the reported gross income.) The table below shows the different types of social security benefits to be paid under the US and Polish systems and briefly describes the eligibility requirements normally applicable to each type of benefit. If you do not meet the normal conditions for these benefits, the agreement can help you qualify (see section “How to pay benefits”). Social security contributions can become a very expensive aspect of using expatriates, depending on the country of origin and the host country. . . .
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