Employers are liable if, for the current or the preceding calendar year, wages of $1500 or more are paid in a calendar quarter; or, if during this or the preceding calendar year one or more workers have worked in at least 20 weeks of a calendar year. (The 20 weeks need not be consecutive and any work in part of a day is counted.)
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