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What are the FUTA limits for 2009?

Employers will generally have to pay FUTA taxes based on an employee's wages or salaries. The FUTA tax percentage is 0.8 percent of the first $7,000 of wages per year. Thus, the maximum annual amount of FUTA tax for any one employee is $56.

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