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Small Employers Must Pay Unemployment Insurance in 1956

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Amendments made to Employment Security Laws by the last session of the North Carolina General Assembly, require compliance with new federal regulations that all employers of four or more people will have to begin paying unemployment insurance taxes. The previous stipulation was for eight employees. This will bring over 10,350 more employers and about 60,000 employees under the coverage of benefit payments when unemployed through no fault of their own.