The taxed earnings for Medicare, on the other hand, will show the whole amount you earned over the year because you pay Medicare taxes on all the money you make with no wage base limit.
How can you check your Social Security earnings record ?
Checking the record of your earnings on file with the Social Security Administration is actually really easy.
You can do it online by creating an account at mySocialSecurity.gov. Creating an account is free, although you must be at least 18; have a valid Social Security number and U.S. mailing address; and be able to provide an email address. You’ll also need to answer some identity verification questions so you can prove you really are who you claim to be.
If you already have an account, you can sign in with the user name and password you created when you opened it. A security code will be sent to the email address you have on file, which you’ll have to enter. And you will need to agree to the terms of service, including not sharing your account access information with others.
Once you have signed in, on the website’s main page, you will see the option to “Review your full earnings record now.” If you click it, you’ll see a list detailing each year you worked and the amount you earned.