As An Experience-Rated Employer, Do I Have To Pay Taxes On All The Wages I Pay To My Employees?

You must report all wages you pay to your employees on your quarterly report, but you only pay taxes on wages you pay each employee up to and including the taxable wage base. The taxable wage base is listed in the upper left hand corner of the quarterly report form and may change from year to year. Any wages you pay an employee over the taxable wage base are considered excess wages.

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