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Wisconsin Unemployment Tax Rates To Hold Steady for 2022 & 2023

By July 13, 2021January 17th, 2022COVID-19, Tax Implications

The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development announced that unemployment tax rates for 2022 & 2023 will be determined with the same schedule used in 2021 under a measure signed July 8, 2021 by Governor Tony Evers.

Under H.B. 406, unemployment tax rates will be determined with Schedule D for calendar years 2022 & 2023; the same schedule used to compute 2021 tax rates.

For experience-rated employers with taxable payrolls of less than $500,000, tax rates determined with Schedule D range from 0.00% to 12.00%.  For experience-rated employers with taxable payrolls of more than $500,000, rates range from 0.05% to 12.00%.  These rates include solvency surcharges.

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Josh Kendall

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