Michigan Chamber Foundation Releases Major Study on Michigan’s Bankrupt Unemployment Insurance Program
The Michigan Chamber Foundation this week released a major nonpartisan,
economic study identifying up to $550 million in cost-saving reformsto Michigan’s
bankrupt unemployment insurance system (UI).The study identifies strong and bold policy
options to make Michigan more competitive and offset the need for additional employer
taxes to pay down the nearly $4 billion Michigan owes to the federal government for
its employer-financed UI system. Following is a link to the full study.
Employer Tax Services
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