Florida job creators will see additional savings this year, effective January 1, on their 2016 reemployment tax, also known as the state unemployment compensation tax. The minimum tax rate will go down from $16.80 per employee to $7 per employee, and the maximum rate remains the same at $378 per employee. Notices of reemployment rates will be distributed to each employer by the Florida Department of Revenue.
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For more information on the reemployment assistance tax and to receive a copy of the 2016 Reemployment Tax Rates Fact Sheet, please contact Carolyn Johnson at email@example.com or 850-521-1235.