2014 SUTA Wage Base Changes

2014 SUTA Wage Base Changes

Across the U.S. a large number of states are continuing to deal with solvency issues in their unemployment insurance trust fund. At this time, the following state jurisdictions have decided to change their taxable wage base limits for 2014:

  • Colorado 11,300 to 11,700
  • Delaware 10,500 to 18,500
  • Illinois 12,900 to 12,960
  • Iowa 26,000 to 26,800
  • Kentucky 9,300 to 9,600
  • Montana 27,900 to 29,000
  • Nevada 26,900 to 27,400
  • New Jersey 30,900 to 31,500
  • New York 8,500 to 10,300
  • Oklahoma 20,100 to 18,700
  • Oregon 34,100 to 35,000
  • Pennsylvania 8,500 to 8,750
  • Rhode Island 20,200 to 20,600**
  • South Dakota 13,000 to 14,000
  • Washington 39,800 to 41,300

**For employers that pay at the highest UI tax rate of 9.79%, the wage base is $22,100.

Source

American Payroll Association SUTA Wage Base Table

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