Washington -- The United States and Mexico moved a step closer to ending the practice of “double taxing” Social Security, signing an agreement last week that applies to roughly 13,000 workers in both countries.

Prior to the pact, U.S.-based companies that had citizens employed in Mexico had paid into the Social Security systems for both countries, as did companies headquartered in Mexico that employed workers in the United States.

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