Contribution Rates and Benefit Amounts
Find the latest Voluntary Plan (VP) employee contribution and benefit rate. The current and prior year are shown, including how these rates are calculated.
State Disability Insurance
|Employee Contribution Rate||0.9%|
|Taxable Wage Ceiling (per employee per year)||$153,164|
|Maximum Contribution (per employee per year)||$1,378.48|
|Maximum Weekly Benefit Amount (WBA)||$1,620|
|Maximum Benefit Amount (WBA X 52 weeks)||$84,240|
|Assessment Rate: This figure is the product obtained by multiplying the worker contribution rate by 14% or 0.9 X 14% = 0.126% per CUIC 3252 (b)||0.126%|
|Employee Contribution Rate||1.1%|
|Taxable Wage Ceiling (per employee per year)||$145,600|
|Maximum Contribution (per employee per year)||$1,601.60|
|Maximum Weekly Benefit Amount (WBA)||$1,540|
|Maximum Benefit Amount (WBA X 52 weeks)||$80,080|
|Assessment Rate: This figure is the product obtained by multiplying the worker contribution rate by 14% or 1.2% X 14% = 0.154% per CUIC 3252 (b)||0.154%|
Definition of Terms
Amount paid by employers to us for administrative costs arising out of Voluntary Plan.
California employees pay mandatory contributions to reimburse the Disability Insurance (DI) Fund for State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. The contribution rate is the percentage withheld from the wages of employees who are covered by Disability Insurance (DI) and Paid Family Leave (PFL).
The maximum weekly benefit amount multiplied by the 52 weeks of a year.
The maximum amount withheld from the yearly wages of an employee who is covered by SDI. The amount is reduced based on an employee’s earnings.
The maximum weekly benefit amount paid to an eligible SDI program recipient.
The maximum yearly wage that is subject to DI and PFL withholding.
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