Withholding

Withholding requirements

N/A

Supplemental rate

N/A

State Unemployment Insurance (SUI)

Wage base

$30,500

Contribuitions

Rates range from 0.25% to 5.4%
New employers should use a rate of 2.95%

More information

There is an additional 0.05% tax for the Career Enhancement Program (CEP). Employers can find more information at the Nevada Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation.
https://uitax.nvdetr.org/crphtml/ui_information.htm

Labor

Minimum wage

The minimum wage is $8.25 per hour if no health benefits are provided by the employer. The minimum wage is $7.25 per hour if health benefits are provided by the employer.

Termination Pay

If an employee is fired, employers should give the final pay within three calendar days. Employees who quit should receive their pay either the next regular payday or within seven days, whichever comes first.

More information

Modified Business Tax (MBT): The quarterly sum of all taxable wages over $50,000, minus health care deductions, times 1.475%. If an employer has less than $50,000 of taxable wages in the quarter, they still must file a return with $0 balance due. The tax may not be withheld from employees.
MBT for Financial Institutions – 2% on all wages less employee health care benefits paid by the employer. The tax may not be withheld from employees.

New Hire Filing

Reporting deadline

Required information must be reported within 20 days of hire (or rehire after at least 60 consecutive days of separation from your employment)

Reporting by mail

Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation
Employment Security Division – New Hire Unit
500 East Third Street
Carson City, NV 89713-0033

New hire reporting form

Form W-4

Child Support

More information

Other

New employer registration

Local taxes

N/A

Reciprocal states

N/A

Disability insurance

Helpful links

Department of Business & Industry: http://labor.nv.gov/
Department of Taxation: http://tax.nv.gov/

Last Updated

05/01/2019

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