State Unemployment Insurance Taxable Wage Base 2017

State unemployment insurance taxes are based on a percentage of the taxable wages an employer pays.  It is anticipated Michigan will release their wage base in March.

Alabama $8,000 Nevada 29,500
Alaska 39,800 New Hampshire 14,000
Arizona 7,000 New Jersey 33,500
Arkansas 12,000 New Mexico 24,300
California 7,000 New York 10,900
California Employee SDI 11,902 North Carolina 23,100
Colorado 12,500 North Dakota 35,100
Connecticut 15,000 Ohio 9,000
Delaware 18,500 Oklahoma 17,700
District of Columbia 9,000 Oregon 38,400
Florida 7,000 Pennsylvania-Employers 9,750
Georgia 9,500 Pennsylvania-Employees Unlimited
Hawaii
Hawaii Employee SDI (max: $5.12/day)
44,000
1,023.31
Puerto Rico 7,000
Idaho 37,800 Rhode Island-Tier 1 22,400
Illinois 12,960 Rhode Island-Tier 2 23,900
Indiana 9,500 Rhode Island-Employee SDI 66,300
Iowa 29,300 South Carolina 14,000
Kansas 14,000 South Dakota 15,000
Kentucky 10,200 Tennessee *8000 Not Official
Louisiana 7,700 Texas 9,000
Maine 12,000 Utah 33,100
Maryland 8,500 Vermont 17,300
Massachusetts 15,000 Virgin Islands 23,500
Michigan *9,500 Official number to be announced in March. Virginia 8,000
Minnesota 32,000 Washington 45,000
Mississippi 14,000 West Virginia 12,000
Missouri 13,000 Wisconsin 14,000
Montana 31,400 Wyoming 25,400
Nebraska 9,000

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