Colorado – The state recently unVALE’d a new online reporting system called MyUI Employer+. As a result of issues with the upgrade, the state has extended the deadline for filing the 3rd quarter returns to November 30, 2023.
The link for the MyUI Employer+ is
Massachusetts – The state recently upgraded their online reporting system and required new Login Credentials be established for employers for Unemployment Tax only.
The link for the new Massachusetts Website is https://unemployment.mass.gov/Employers/_/
North Carolina – The state will be launching a new online reporting system called NCSUITS on November 13th, 2023. The new website is similar to those of those of Maryland and South Carolina.
The link for more information regarding NCSUITS is https://www.des.nc.gov/ncsuits
Wisconsin – Recently issued their 2024 SUI Tax Rates using the same rate schedule as 2023, with rates ranging from 0.00% to 12.00%. Wisconsin allows Voluntary Contributions and has a deadline of November 30(received by)
2024 Taxable Wage Base Update
32 states have confirmed the 2024 Taxable Wage Base for employers.
If you have not done so already, please forward copies of your 3rd Quarter 2023 SUI Reports as well as any 2024 Tax Rates you have received.
FUTA UPDATE – 2023*
California, Connecticut(back on the list) and New York currently have outstanding FUTA Title XII Loans for 2023. Should the states fail to pay back the loans by November of 2023, employers will have to pay an additional 0.60% on employees reported in these states retroactively to January 1, 2023.
1. Employers would have until January 31, 2024 to pay the additional 0.60% on employees in these four states.
2. The Additional 0.60% would result in an estimated increase of $42 per employee for 2023 (0.60% * $7,000 FUTA Wage Base).
Total FUTA Rate would be 1.20% in these states for 2023. Virgin Islands is 4.50%
* Illinois was able to pay back their loans during the 2023 year.