Joint Account/Common Rating Reduces Tax Liability
In 2010, employers have faced numerous increases in unemployment costs. This will
continue through 2011 and beyond as states work toward rebuilding trust fund balances.
In planning for unemployment taxes, employers often fail to evaluate all tax planning
strategies which may reduce unemployment tax liabilities.
The attached communication was sent to our employers yesterday regarding information
on Joint Account/Common Rating as a possible solution for reducing state unemployment
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