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  288.350.  Effect of amendments to related federal law. — 1.  If the federal unemployment tax act is amended to permit a maximum rate of credit against said federal tax higher than the ninety percent maximum rate of credit now permitted under section 1601(c) of the Internal Revenue Code (26 U.S.C.A. Sec. 1601), to an employer with respect to any state unemployment insurance law whose standard contribution rate on payroll under said law is more than two and seven-tenths percent, in that event the standard contribution rate as to all employers under this law shall, by division rule, be increased from two and seven-tenths percent on payroll to that percentage on payroll which corresponds to the higher maximum rate of credit thus permitted against the federal unemployment tax; and such increase shall become effective on the same date as such higher maximum rate of credit becomes permissible under such federal amendment.

  2.  If section 303(a)(5) of Title III of the Federal Social Security Act (42 U.S.C.A. Sec. 503) and section 1603(a)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code (26 U.S.C.A. Sec. 1603) are amended to permit a state agency to use, in financing administrative expenditures incurred in carrying out its employment security functions, some part of the moneys collected or to be collected under a state unemployment insurance law, in partial or complete substitution for grants under said Title III, in that event this law shall, by division rule, be modified in the manner and to the extent and within the limits necessary to permit such use by the division under this law; and such modifications shall become effective on the same date as such use becomes permissible under such federal amendments.

  3.  If the tax imposed by Title IX of the Federal Social Security Act or any amendments thereto, or any other federal tax against which contributions under this law may be credited shall, for any cause become inoperative, with the result that no portion of the contributions required under this law may be credited against such federal tax, then this law by virtue of that fact shall be suspended from operation.

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(L. 1951 p. 564 § 288.230)


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