Rhode Island Sets 2012 Unemployment Taxable Wage Bases
Rhode Island has announced their taxable wage bases for 2012. As previously
reported in our July 11, 2011 Unemployment Flash Report, legislation passed earlier
this year sets the taxable wage base at 46.5% of the statewide average annual wage
for most employers but $1,500 higher for employer’s assigned the maximum rate.
The 2012 taxable wage bases will be $19,600 and $21,100. See the following link
for the announcement on the state’s website.
Employer Tax Services
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