fica fica  /ˈfaɪ kə/


  • (n) a tax on employees and employers that is used to fund the Social Security system


  • Unemployment compensation, which implies that she paid fica, and medicare because unemployment is the only thing they mentioned.


  1. Social Security

    Re: Star Parker’s June 11 column, “It’s time to scrap Social Security”: Scrap Social Security? Well, let’s look at the facts. President Franklin Roosevelt, a Democrat, introduced the Social Security (FICA) Program.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Ventura County Star

  2. North Adams Finance Committee to recommend full $36.49 million budget

    Wednesday June 19, 2013 NORTH ADAMS -- The Finance Committee voted unanimously Tuesday night to recommend the proposed $36.49 million fiscal 2014 budget, along with revised Compensation and Classification Plans, to the City Council next Wednesday. The proposed budget is $118,119 less than a draft budget reviewed previously by the committee, a decrease attributed to adjustments made in
    on June 19, 2013     Source: North Adams Transcript


  1. FICA chief executive Tim May said: "The players and FICA feel very strongly that to preserve a healthy balance between 'club/franchise cricket' and international cricket, that the ICC needs to create a window in its international programming, or...
    on Jun 26, 2008 By: Tim May Source:

  2. "The board is concerned that FICA is currently representative of only five player associations which are recognised by their respective boards," said Speed.
    on Mar 25, 2006 By: Malcolm Speed Source: Hindu

  3. "I'm surprised, I'm disappointed, I'm shocked," Ramnarine told CMC Sports from Trinidad. "I can't believe we will go back down this road again. We have a ruling, we have an ICC ruling, a FICA ruling which we are bound by. They are now...
    on Jul 16, 2006 By: Dinanath Ramnarine Source: Jamaica Observer

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