State unemployment insurance is an important lifeline for millions of families across the country. The money to pay for this insurance is provided by employers, and the state governments administer the programs. Most companies don't think about state unemployment insurance because they simply outsource the calculation and payment to a third-party provider, typically a payroll processing company. While you may not calculate it yourself, it's still important to understand how it works because some simple planning can save your company tens, or hundreds, of thousands of dollars in unnecessary insurance payments.
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