Employers in 17 States May Pay Higher Federal Unemployment Tax Rates in 2013
Employers in 17 states (and the Virgin Islands) may not be eligible to claim the maximum amount of state unemployment tax credits on their 2013 federal unemployment tax return, because their state has had an outstanding federal unemployment insurance loan for at least two years, according to tax analysts at Thomson Reuters Checkpoint.
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