How Does State Unemployment Insurance Get Funded?

State Unemployment Insurance (SUI) is funded by taxes primarily paid by employers on wages that they pay their employees. SUI gives short-term benefits to people who lost or left their jobs for a variety of reasons. Every state has a “taxable wage base,” which is the annual amount of wages paid by an employer to an employee that are subject to state SUI. PaycheckCity has compiled a list of the 2014 state unemployment insurance taxable wage bases for your reference.

How Does State Unemployment Insurance Get Funded?

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