An unemployment account is required of employers who employ one or more individuals for some portion of ten or more days in a calendar year, whether or not the days are consecutive.
Unemployment insurance tax rates range from .5% to 8.4%. They are computed on the wages paid to each employee on a calendar quarter basis. The employer is taxed on the first $9000 per employee per calendar year.
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