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What Are The Tax Rates In North Dakota?

The tax rates vary depending on the employer's experience with the unemployment insurance (contributions paid and benefits charged). Beginning in 2000 there are two tax rate schedules, Positive Balance and Negative Balance. Tax rate schedules range from 0.49% to 1.39% for Positive balance accounts and 6.49% to 10.09% for Negative balance accounts.

Unemployment Insurance Tax Rates are recalculated each year after September and are effective on January 1. For the 2003 Tax Rate Table, Click here.

Contact the Business Services Section of Centralized Services of Job Service North Dakota:

PO Box 5507
Bismarck, ND 58506­5507
(701) 328­2814 or toll free at 1­800­472­2952 [email protected]You may also download the Report to Determine Liability.

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