Summer jobs for teens come with tax pitfalls and benefits

Summer is almost here, bringing temporary jobs to young Americans and a first taste of American taxes.

Many summer workers will not have to pay income tax because they don’t earn enough, even in a strong labor market. But they will often have to pay social security and health insurance contributions, and possibly state and local levies as well.


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