Recent Hawaii Unemployment Legislation
Hawaii SB 2264 was enacted on July 10, 2012. This legislation increases the
highest tax rates on schedules C – H. Currently the highest tax rate on any
of the eight possible rate schedules is 5.4%. With this legislation, starting
in 2013, the maximum rates increase from 5.4% on all schedules to 5.6% on schedule
C, 5.8% on schedule D, 6.0% on schedule E, 6.2% on schedule F, 6.4% on schedule G
and 6.6% on schedule H.
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