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Answer: There are several ways your tax rate can increase, but the 2 most common are failing to pay taxes on time, or a former employee receiving unemployment insurance benefits. You will have no trouble paying your taxes on time since we will be taking care of that for you. Just make sure your bank account is funded when we alert you of an upcoming tax collection. To prevent unemployment insurance issues, we strongly recommend you have a signed employment contract. If any employment issues arise, you should document them and give written warnings in the event that you’ll need to protest an unemployment insurance claim with the state.
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