The Internal Revenue Service will increase the minimum threshold for Federal Unemployment Tax Act deposits, a move that will impact more than 4 million small businesses.
Under new rules effective Jan. 1, 2005, employers are required to make a quarterly deposit for unemployment taxes if the accumulated tax exceeds $500. The current threshold, established in 1970, is $100.
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