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  1. Arti says:

    Several factors can affect or raise your unemployment insurance tax rate if you lay off one or more employees. You can contest an unemployment claim if you have a legal basis to do so, which include if the employee provided incorrect information, they’re not eligible to receive unemployment insurance and/or you have documentation to prove your stance. Generally, when unemployment is high and the economy is slow, people have less money to spend. This can affect your business in a number of ways, which include low sales, higher unemployment tax rates and cash flow shortages. They also may prefer to save leftover money from their budgets rather than use it for things like entertainment, eating out or other non-necessities. They also may prefer to save leftover money

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