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Financial Charts

Highest Quarterly Wage: $1,688 - $2,512


Part A
Highest Quarterly Wage
Part B
Rate of Compensation
Part C
Qualifying Wages
1688 - 1712
$68
$2,718
1713 - 1737
69
2,758
1738 - 1762
70
2,797
1763 - 1787
71
2,837
1788 - 1812
72
2,877
1813 - 1837
73
2,916
1838 - 1862
74
2,956
1863 - 1887
75
2,996
1888 - 1912
76
3,035
1913 - 1937
77
3,075
1938 - 1962
78
3,115
1963 - 1987
79
3,154
1998 - 2012
80
3,194
2013 - 2037
81
3,234
2038 - 2062
82
3,274
2063 - 2087
83
3,313
2088 - 2112
84
3,353
2113 - 2137
85
3,393
2138 - 2162
86
3,432
2163 - 2187
87
3,472
2188 - 2212
88
3,512
2213 - 2237
89
3,551
2238 - 2262
90
3,591
2263 - 2287
91
3,631
2288 - 2312
92
3,670
2313 - 2337
93
3,710
2338 - 2362
94
3,750
2363 - 2387
95
3,789
2388 - 2412
96
3,829
2413 - 2437
97
3,869
2438 - 2462
98
3,908
2463 - 2487
*98
3,948
2488 - 2512
99
3,988

*In order to accommodate the 2% benefit reduction required under Act 144, the Rates of Compensation of $98, $147, $196, $245, $294, $343, $392, $441, $490, and $539 now correspond to two different ranges of the Highest Quarterly Wage (Part A) and Qualifying Wages (Part C) in the Table Specified for the Determination of Rate and Amount of Benefits in the UC Law