Taxes are not normally withheld from Social Security benefits
Q: How long does it take for wages to appear on Social Security records?
A: Employers report employee wages to Social Security only once during the year, when you receive your W-2 form.
Posting from employer information to individual records goes on all year and usually completed by fall of the following year for records given to SSA by paper W-2.
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