Skip to comments.Employers To Be Billed $25 Per Employee To Refill Unemployment Fund (Nevada)
Posted on 06/22/2013 7:09:06 AM PDT by lowbridge
Nevada employers will soon be billed an average of $25 per employee per year to cover interest on loans taken to pay out jobless benefits.
The temporary fees come after the Legislature approved a plan to pay about $17 million in interest owed on loans from the federal government.
Administrator Renee Olson of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation says the current balance on those loans is about $560 million.
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another “employee tax”.
The government has becme one big Huey baby that can never be fed enough
Soon taxes on taxes.
This started last year in California
We’re paying the addict and dealer now
So, the productive employers are now paying for the folly of those who were not to the tune of $25 per employee. I guess it did not pay to be a casino owner who supported the anti Obama.
More employer incentives not to hire additional employees.
I would think employers would reduce the number of employees to pay for the increase fees, thereby increasing the number of people on unemployment benefits...stupid vicious circle.
So Nevada state gov’t and the 0dumbo gov’t extended unemployment bennies
then had to borrow to pay the extra bennies and now has to borrow to pay the interest on the money they borrowed
and the employer, who had NO say in it is being taxed for it?
This is in top of the unemployment tax they already pay.
Nevada is the new Calif.
You businesses just come on down to Texas. The business climate here is as hot as a Houston summer.
Leave your liberal attitudes at the state line, though. Don’t want you messing up Texas the way you did your old states.
This should be a boon for the economies of Idaho, Utah and Arizona. The only people left in Dingy Harry’s state will be gamblers and whores.
Err...I mean undocumented democrats
Gobernut wants another way to steal money.
Nope - employer tax.
However you cut it, it's another tax on employment, which isn't how we encourage things.
And probably there'll be an exemption for the New Citizens, because, after all, they probably aren't "depleting" the unemployment fund at the same rate since, FORTHELUVOFGAWD they're the only one's with JOBS!
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