Unemployment Compensation Tax

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Unemployment Compensation Tax

A tax levied on an employer that pays the unemployment insurance for the unemployed labor force. The tax is assessed as a proportion of the employer's payroll; the employer generally passes on payment of the tax to his/her employees.
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Idaho business leaders say they are generally happy with the unemployment insurance tax cut Gov.
Each state is given the right to administer an unemployment insurance program within the guidelines established by the federal government; the programs are funded by the unemployment insurance tax that is generally imposed on employers.
The tax ranking looks at each state's corporate tax, individual income tax, sales tax, unemployment insurance tax and property tax rates to arrive at an overall ranking.
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Without the freeze, business groups had warned that employers would be facing a $500 million rate increase and that Massachusetts would be left with the nation's highest unemployment insurance tax.
According to an article in the August, 2013 edition the "Small Manufacturing Association of California Newsletter," the proposal is to increase the amount of wages subject to unemployment insurance tax from $7,000 to $9,500, and eventually to $12,000.
We continue to look at ways to improve Arkansas's rankings with our surrounding states in regards to our unemployment insurance tax rates and our minimum and maximum benefit amounts.
Employers - who pay 100% of the unemployment insurance tax - would be forced to pay an additional $186 per employee in 2019 than they paid in 2011.
It also boasts one of the lowest unemployment insurance tax rates and workers' compensation rates, which undoubtedly appeals to corporate leaders but is a questionable draw for skilled workers.
Businesses in at least 35 states will have to pay more in unemployment insurance taxes this year, with the median increase of unemployment insurance tax at 27.
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