Washington Cares Act For Employees

Washington Cares Act For Employees

If you are an employer with W-2 Employees in the State of Washington, you will be required to collect and remit a new Payroll tax on all Gross Wages effective January 1st, 2022. 

The bill, HB1087, was signed into law on May 13, 2019, by Governor Jay Inslee with the intent of establishing a state-operated public insurance program that will provide long-term health care services to those who face hardships due to health crisis’s in which Medicaid does not provide.

This download you are purchasing will include an email to send out to your employees, complete with a link to a 19-minute webinar video that explains to your employees what their options are.

Washington Cares Act For Employees

The Washington State Cares Act was signed into law in 2019 by Gov. Jay Inslee, and is set to take effect on Jan. 1, 2022. Juli Bacon provides information to employees who are wondering what this long-term care tax will mean to their paycheck, how a person may opt-out of this tax, and she shares other important details so that people may make the most informed decision and do what is best for themselves.

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