(a) The secretary of labor shall post trust fund computations and data as required
by subsection (b) on a publicly accessible website maintained by the secretary as
(1) The secretary shall post and maintain certified computations and data for each
of the most recent 20 fiscal years within 120 days of the effective date of this act;
(2) for the fiscal year beginning on July 1, 2021, and each fiscal year thereafter,
the secretary shall certify and post the trust fund computations and data for the
fiscal year to the website on or before December 1 following the end of such fiscal
(b) The computations and data to be posted shall include:
(1) Distributions of taxable wages by experience factor for each state fiscal year
including the following information:
(A) The rate group;
(B) the reserve ratio lower limit;
(C) the number of accounts;
(D) the taxable wages by fiscal year;
(E) a summary of active positive eligible accounts with the number of accounts and
fiscal year taxable wages;
(F) a summary of active ineligible accounts with the number of accounts and fiscal
year taxable wages;
(G) a summary of active negative accounts with the number of accounts and fiscal year
taxable wages; and
(H) a summary of terminated and inactive accounts with the number of accounts and
fiscal year taxable wages; and
(2) an average high cost benefit rate summary, including:
(A) The average high cost benefit rate currently in effect; and
(B) the benefit cost rate for the fiscal years used to calculate the average high
benefit cost rate.
(c) This section shall be a part of and supplemental to the employment security law.
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