HONOLULU Employers in Hawaii are being warned to prepare for significantly higher unemployment insurance tax rates next year as the state’s benefit fund for the unemployed has rapidly depleted on growing joblessness. Hawaii officials indicated that the problem is likely to occur in other states where unemployment is high and state benefit funds run out. Some states, like Maryland, already had taken large increases to its unemployment insurance tax rates this year and may take more bumps ...

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