Self-Employed Contributions Act

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Self-Employed Contributions Act

Legislation in the United States, passed in 1954, requiring self-employed persons to pay the full 15.3% of their net earnings in FICA taxes.
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The goods would then be transferred to feeder ships for transfer to SECA ports such as Southampton.
Acumentrics is one of only six companies in the United States awarded work under DOE's SECA industry program.
What makes SECA groundbreaking is that it is working to develop a modular, low-cost, solid oxide fuel cell system specifically for use in a new kind of coal plant.
For the third year in a row, the Governor will pledge his entire salary through SECA.
Welcoming the funding Bozena Rojkowicz, Chairperson for the group said: Strabane Ethnic Community Association (SECA) is delighted with this additional funding which will allow SECA to continue to provide front line service delivery that responds to the needs of Ethnic Minority communities.