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Unemployment Insurance Agency Provides Important Year-end Dates

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November 24, 2021

Potential Tax Rate Increase Due to Missing Report(s) (Form UIA 1761) were mailed November 9th. Employers have 15 days to submit all missing report(s) to avoid a three percent non-reporting penalty added to your 2022 tax rate.

November 13, 2021 – January 3, 2022

UIA will begin assigning 2022 tax rates for employers beginning in December; there will be no tax rate modifications during this time.

  • Any request to change the 2022 tax rate must be posted to your online account by 5:00 p.m. Friday, December 10, 2021.  
  • The existing tax rate cannot be changed.
  • Financial adjustments during this period will not result in any tax rate changes for you.
  • No new tax rates or tax rate redeterminations will be generated during this time period.
  • All late missing or amended reports submitted during this period will be held until January 3, 2022. Thereafter, the reports will automatically be posted to the employer’s account.
  • New employer account numbers will be assigned but no tax rate will be assigned until after January 3, 2022.

December 30, 2021

  • The annual Form UIA 1771, Tax Rate Determination for Calendar Year 2022 will be mailed.
  • The 2022 taxable wage base will remain at $9,500.

Source: the Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency

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