Families with two breadwinners can end up paying more than twice as much in Social Security taxes as families with just one income.
U.S. workers have paid a reduced Social Security tax rate of 4.2 percent for the past year and a half, down from the ordinary rate of 6.2 percent. For most Americans, this has meant some welcome tax relief. But one group is still paying more than its fair share.
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