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Weekly Benefit Amount (WBA)

  • The maximum WBA for 2022 will be $514.00, and the minimum WBA will be $96.00. The minimum qualifying wage for 2022 will be $2,332.72.
  • The maximum WBA for 2021 was $484.00, and the minimum WBA was $90.00. The minimum qualifying wage for 2021 was $2,186.92.
  • The maximum WBA for 2020 was $461.00, and the minimum WBA was $86.00. The minimum qualifying wage for 2020 was $2,089.72.
  • The maximum WBA for 2019 was $442.00, and the minimum WBA was $82.00. The minimum qualifying wage for 2019 was $1,992.53.
  • The maximum WBA for 2018 was $433.00, and the minimum WBA was $81.00. The minimum qualifying wage for 2018 was $1,968.23.
  • The maximum WBA for 2017 was $425.00, and the minimum WBA was $79.00. The minimum qualifying wage for 2017 was $1,919.63.
  • The maximum WBA for 2016 was $423.00, and the minimum WBA was $79.00. The minimum qualifying wage for 2016 was $1,919.63.
  • The maximum WBA for 2015 was $412.00, and the minimum WBA was $77.00. The minimum qualifying wage for 2015 was $1,871.03.
  • The maximum WBA for 2014 was $406.00, and the minimum WBA will be $75.00. The minimum qualifying wage for 2014 was $1,822.43.

Taxable Wage Base

  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2022 will be $28,700.00
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2021 was $27,000.00.
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2020 was $25,800.00.
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2019 was $24,800.00.
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2018 was $24,200.00.
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2017 was $24,300.00.
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2016 was $24,100.00.
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2015 was $23,400.00
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2014 was $23,400.00
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2013 was $22,900.00
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2012 was $22,400.00.
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2011 was $21,900.00.
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2010 was $20,800.00.
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2009 was $20,900.00.
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2008 was $19,900.00.
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2007 was $18,600.00.
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2006 was $17,900.00.
  • The taxable wage base for wages paid during calendar year 2005 was $17,200.00.

Reserve Factor

  • The reserve factor for calendar year 2022 will be 2.64370.
  • The reserve factor for calendar year 2021 was 1.6528.
  • The reserve factor for calendar year 2020 was 1.6528.
  • The reserve factor for calendar year 2019 was 1.5955.
  • The reserve factor for calendar year 2018 was 1.6939.The reserve factor for calendar year 2017 was 2.5264.
  • The reserve factor for calendar year 2016 was 4.

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