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Looking for Delaware state tax information? In this article, you’ll find the latest resources on state tax, unemployment, income tax and more.
Delaware Division of Revenue
Delaware Department of Labor
- Register as an employer by filing Form CRA (Combined Registration Application for Business License and/or Withholding Agent). To register online click here
- Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate: Federal W-4
- Withholding Method = Formula
- Supplemental Rate = Add to annualized regular wages, compute tax on total, and subtract tax from regular wages.
Employee Rate - 1.25%401(k) subject to taxEmployer Rate - $10 per month per employee (in excess of five)
State Unemployment Insurance (SUI):
Register as employer by filing Form UC-1 (Report to Determine Liability and If Liable Application for Employer Account Number). Benefit wage ratio formula Wage base is $18,500 for 2014 and 2015
Contribution rates range from 0.30% to 8.2%
New employer rate is 2.5% for 2014
New construction employer rate is 4.8% for 2014
Rates include supplemental assessment of 0.20% and the Training Tax Assessment of .085% for 2014.
State Disability Insurance (SDI):
State Labor Laws:
Minimum Wage - The Federal minimum wage applies. Increase to $7.75 as of June 1, 2014 then increase to $8.25 as of June 1, 2015.
Termination Pay - Fired/Quit - next regular payday.
New Hire Reporting:
Employers must report hiring, rehiring, and return to work within 20 days on Form W4 or equivalent to: Division of Child Support Enforcement
P.O. Box 913 New Castle, DE 19720302-369-2160302-577-7843 (fax)
Remit withholding for child support to:
Division of Child Support Enforcement
Department of Health & Social ServicesBiggs Building, DHHS Campus
P.O. Box 904 New Castle, DE 19720302-577-4815, ext 249
For paycheck calculation visit the Delaware Paycheck Calculator of PaycheckCity.
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