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February 2012

Changes in Federal and State unemployment insurance legislation in 2011

Loryn Lancaster

Federal enactments extend benefits and provide federal funding to the states to cover costs, assess penalties for fraud, prohibit certain noncharging of employers’ unemployment accounts, and require reporting of new hires; state enactments include provisions regarding extended benefits, the uration of benefits, tax schedules, and taxable wage bases

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