ETS Tax Intelligence Sept. 2012: 2013 SUI Tax Savings Strategy – Joint Accounts
Although the jobless rate in the U.S. is on the decline, state unemployment insurance
(SUI) tax rates are not. The results of years of unemployment claims will continue to
impact future SUI tax rates as state trust funds attempt to regain solvency, replenish
reserves, and repay federal Title XII loans. These factors continue to make SUI tax savings
opportunities through statutory elections, such as joint accounts, an important part of an
employer’s overall tax planning strategy.
For more information about this important savings
opportunity, please see the September ETS Tax Intelligence at this link: http://www.talx.com/News/TaxIntelligence/ETS_Tax_Intelligence_Joint_Account_Opportunities_September_2012.pdf
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