PA SUI tax is the Pennsylvania State Unemployment Insurance tax, according to Payroll Taxes. For 2014, the employee contribution rate is 0.07 percent of each $1,000 of wages earned. The contribution rate for established employers ranges from 2.801 to 10.8937 percent of employee wages, up to a $8,750 maximum per employee. In 2014, new employers make a fixed 3.6785 percent contribution, while new construction employers use a 10.1947 percent rate.Know More
The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry notes that for employee SUI contributions, there is no maximum amount of wages that can be taxed. An employee pays the SUI tax on all applicable wages, although the employer only makes a contribution based on each employee's wages up to $8,750. Payroll Taxes notes that the maximum SUI taxable wage base per employee in Pennsylvania increases by $250 per employee every year until 2018, when the amount reaches $10,000. As of 2014, if an employer fails to make the SUI contribution payments on time, the employer is subject to a non-negotiable, 3-percent late fee on all SUI tax payments due for that specific tax year.
According to Temple University, certain out-of-state employees who work in Pennsylvania may not be required to pay the PA SUI tax. Temple University notes that Pennsylvania has a reciprocal agreement in place with six states: New Jersey, Ohio, Indiana, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. This agreement allows residents of any of these six states to work in Pennsylvania without paying the state SUI tax. An employee who works in Pennsylvania but resides in a reciprocal state may be required to complete tax-withholding forms and pay SUI taxes to his resident state.Learn more about Taxes
The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue provides downloadable property tax and rent forms on its website. The editable and printable forms are posted online in pdf format. Forms and assistance are also available free of charge at many state government offices and agencies, as stated on the department's website.Full Answer >
When filing Pennsylvania tax returns, most filers need W-2 or 1099 tax documents from employers that provide income earned, 1098 forms for mortgage interest paid and a 1095 health form if health insurance was purchased from an outside vendor. Filers with educational expenses may need a 1098-E form when filing.Full Answer >
California SUI tax is the state's unemployment insurance tax. California SDI tax is state disability insurance tax. SUI tax provides insurance such that if an employee is fired or otherwise unemployed through no fault of his own, he is able to draw unemployment benefits. The SDI tax financially compensates an employee who can no longer work due to injury or illness.Full Answer >
Tax exempt refers to a person or company that is not required to pay taxes, such as income taxes, property taxes or sales tax on specific items. Eligible individuals and organizations have a tax exempt ID number to prove that they are not required to pay certain taxes.Full Answer >