At a Glance
- The US Department of Labor announced 2022 FUTA credit reduction states.
- Virgin Island employers will pay FUTA taxes at a rate higher than employers in other US states and American territories.
2022 FUTA Credit Reduction States
Nine states and one jurisdiction faced a potential FUTA credit reduction in 2022. However, five of these states repaid their outstanding advances before November 10, 2022, thereby avoiding a FUTA credit reduction.
The US Department of Labor announced that employers in the four states on the following table had an outstanding advance on each January 1, from 2021 through 2022, and did not repay their advances before November 10, 2022. Employers in these four states face a 0.3% credit reduction. Additionally, employers the Virgin Islands will pay their FUTA taxes for calendar year 2022 at a higher federal unemployment (FUTA) tax rate than employers in other states because they failed to repay their outstanding federal unemployment insurance (UI) loans by November 10, 2022.
This is the final list as published by the US DOL: