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Wage Base for Unemployment Insurance Tax in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeWage Base
1Washington53000$52,700
2Hawaii15000$48,100
3Oregon41000$42,100
4Idaho16000$41,600
5Alaska02000$41,500
6North Dakota38000$37,900
7Utah49000$36,600
8New Jersey34000$35,300
9Minnesota27000$35,000
10Montana30000$34,100
11Nevada32000$32,500
12Iowa19000$31,600
13Wyoming56000$26,400
14New Mexico35000$25,800
15North Carolina37000$25,200
16Oklahoma40000$18,700
17Delaware10000$16,500
18Vermont50000$16,100
19Connecticut09000$15,000
19Massachusetts25000$15,000
19South Dakota46000$15,000
22Kansas20000$14,000
22Mississippi28000$14,000
22New Hampshire33000$14,000
22South Carolina45000$14,000
22Wisconsin55000$14,000
27Colorado08000$13,600
28Illinois17000$12,740
29Maine23000$12,000
29West Virginia54000$12,000
31New York36000$11,600
32Missouri29000$11,500
33Kentucky21000$10,800
34Pennsylvania42000$10,000
35Georgia13000$9,500
35Indiana18000$9,500
37District of Columbia11000$9,000
37Michigan26000$9,000
37Ohio39000$9,000
37Texas48000$9,000
41Maryland24000$8,500
42Alabama01000$8,000
42Virginia51000$8,000
44Louisiana22000$7,700
45Arizona04000$7,000
45Arkansas05000$7,000
45California06000$7,000
45Florida12000$7,000
45Tennessee47000$7,000

Data Source: U.S. Department of Labor

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