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What is “OASDI/EE” listed on my paycheck?

OASDI/EE is Social Security tax, and it is one of the required federal taxes that is taken out of an employee’s paycheck.

Fed OASDI/EE stands for Old Age Survivors and Disability Insurance Employee share. This is a required deduction for all employees unless they are exempt.  

For a list of I.R.S. allowed exemptions, see the related article “Why wasn’t social security taken out of my paycheck?“.

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University Controller’s Office, Non-Salary Compensation

Updated on March 28, 2023

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