TALX Tax Intelligence – Joint Common Rating – ETS – July 2011
In 2011, employers have faced numerous increases in unemployment costs
and this will continue through 2012 and beyond as states work toward paying back Title
XII loans and rebuilding trust fund balances. In
planning for unemployment taxes, employers often fail to evaluate all tax planning
strategies which may reduce unemployment tax liabilities. A
joint account (also referred to as a common rate group) is a tax planning solution
offered in a number of states and should be reviewed annually by any business with
two or more employers operating in an eligible state.
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