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Learn about important changes to the EMAC law. These changes will go into effect beginning January 1, 2018.
If you are an employer subject to unemployment insurance, use the Revenue Service Information line to contact the Department of Unemployment Assistance.
Stay informed about the deadlines for submitting the employment and wage detail report and paying unemployment contributions.
Find information about which employees may be eligible for unemployment benefits, and learn how benefits are calculated.
Unemployment insurance (UI) contributions are due 30 days after the end of every quarter. Learn about what contributions are due and how they are calculated.
Each employer subject to unemployment insurance is also subject to Employer Medical Assistance Contribution (EMAC) reporting requirements. EMAC is used to help fund health insurance programs in the Commonwealth.
Learn how to control your unemployment insurance costs and find information about keeping your UI Online account up to date.
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