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Wage Base for Unemployment Insurance Tax in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeWage Base
1Washington53000$67,600
2Hawaii15000$56,700
3Oregon41000$50,900
4Idaho16000$49,900
5Alaska02000$47,100
6Utah49000$44,800
7New Jersey34000$41,100
8North Dakota38000$40,800
9Nevada32000$40,600
10Montana30000$40,500
11Minnesota27000$40,000
12Iowa19000$36,100
13New Mexico35000$30,100
14North Carolina37000$29,600
15Wyoming56000$29,100
16Oklahoma40000$25,700
17Colorado08000$20,400
18Connecticut09000$15,000
18Massachusetts25000$15,000
18South Dakota46000$15,000
21Kansas20000$14,000
21Mississippi28000$14,000
21New Hampshire33000$14,000
21South Carolina45000$14,000
21Wisconsin55000$14,000
26Vermont50000$13,500
27Illinois17000$13,271
28New York36000$12,300
29Maine23000$12,000
30Kentucky21000$11,100
31Delaware10000$10,500
31Missouri29000$10,500
33Pennsylvania42000$10,000
34Georgia13000$9,500
34Indiana18000$9,500
34Michigan26000$9,500
37District of Columbia11000$9,000
37Ohio39000$9,000
37Texas48000$9,000
37West Virginia54000$9,000
41Maryland24000$8,500
42Alabama01000$8,000
42Arizona04000$8,000
42Virginia51000$8,000
45Louisiana22000$7,700
46Arkansas05000$7,000
46California06000$7,000
46Florida12000$7,000
46Tennessee47000$7,000

Data Source: U.S. Department of Labor

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