How does unemployment insurance work in Rhode Island?
What is the Ui taxable wage base in Rhode Island?
- By law, the UI taxable wage base represents 46.5% of the average annual wage in Rhode Island. DLT also announced that the 2021 Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI) taxable wage base will be $74,000 and that the employee contribution rate to the TDI fund will remain 1.3 percent for calendar year 2021.
What does the Rhode Island HRIC do?
- The HRIC assists Rhode Island employers by funding a variety of projects designed to improve and upgrade the skills of the existing workforce. Each employer's Employment Security tax rate is reduced annually by 0.21% to ensure that this program does not result in a tax increase.
What does the Rhode Island employer tax section do?
- These programs provide economic stability to workers, families, communities and the Rhode Island economy as a whole. The Employer Tax Section processes all Quarterly Tax and Wage Reports (Form TX-17) and accompanying tax payments, submitted by Rhode Island employers.
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