That becomes more difficult.
by cdb9396 (2013-07-24 08:16:30)
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  In reply to: A related question,  posted by 01momanor



If spouse "A" files a joint return with spouse B and reports its income on Schedule C as a self-employed individual, then the withholding from spouse "B" will be allowed to cover all taxes of spouse A, including SS and medicare.

IF spouse A is actually an employee of its employer, then spouse B's withholding can NOT be used to cover spouse A's Social Security and medicare taxes.


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