November 10, 2010
Full-time medical students are exempt from paying Social Security taxes, according to wsj.com.
The Supreme Court is currently hearing a case on whether or not full-time medical students should have to pay Social Security taxes.
There are currently 100,000 medical students across the country, which would bring in $700 million annually, according to papers.
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