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US employment tax rates and limits for 2014 - Ernst & Young
Jan 1, 2014 ... Per diem rates under high-low substantiation. 5 method for 2014. 2013 FUTA credit reduction states. 7. State unemployment insurance. 8.
Lingering state loan balances could raise FUTA ... - Ernst & Young
Apr 26, 2013 ... of having an average state UI rate in 2012 that was lower than allowed under federal ... FUTA credit reduction will again apply in 2013 to the.
Guide to UI insurance in 2014 - Ernst & Young
Jul 1, 2014 ... inflation, the jobless rate and/or the state's UI trust fund balance. Additionally ..... employers paid at the normal net FUTA rate of 0 .6% for 2013 .
2014 Form 940 (Schedule A) - Internal Revenue Service
Multi-State Employer and Credit Reduction Information ... a credit reduction rate greater than zero, enter the FUTA taxable wages, multiply by the reduction rate, ...
2013 Instructions for Form 940 - Internal Revenue Service
Nov 5, 2013 ... account and state experience tax rate, or if you have questions about your state .... If you are not liable for FUTA tax for 2013 because you made.
2014 Instructions for Form 940 - Internal Revenue Service
Employer's Annual Federal Unemployment (FUTA) Tax Return. Department of ... account and state experience tax rate, or if you have questions about your state .... a day in any 20 or more different weeks in 2013 or 20 or more different weeks ...
2013 Form 940 - Internal Revenue Service
Form 940for 2013: Employer's Annual Federal Unemployment (FUTA) Tax Return ... 1a If you had to pay state unemployment tax in one state only, enter the state ... 16 Report the amount of your FUTA tax liability for each quarter; do NOT enter ...
New Indiana FUTA rate - IN.gov
Jan 21, 2015 ... Two years later, Indiana qualified as a “Credit Reduction State”, meaning the ... to offset employer FUTA tax increases by changing state UI premium rates. ... 2013. 0.9%. $63. 1.50%. 2014. 1.2%. $84. 1.80%. 2015. 1.5%. $105.