Upcoming Increases to Minimum Wage – 2020

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The following chart shows the current minimum wage for non-tipped and tipped employees and the next scheduled increase (if any) for each state, the District of Columbia, various U.S. territories/commonwealths and numerous local jurisdictions. Rates listed in black were enacted by federal, state, district, territory or commonwealth law. Rates listed in red were enacted by city or county ordinance. It is important to note that minimum wages that may be paid to individuals under a certain age (e.g., youth wage), to employees during a "training" period, or to employees working for a nonprofit are not reflected.

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ADP Compliance Resources

ADP maintains a staff of dedicated professionals who carefully monitor federal and state legislative and regulatory measures affecting employment-related human resource, payroll, tax and benefits administration, and help ensure that ADP systems are updated as relevant laws evolve. For the latest on how federal and state tax law changes may impact your business, visit the ADP Eye on Washington Web page located at www.adp.com/regulatorynews.

ADP is committed to assisting businesses with increased compliance requirements resulting from rapidly evolving legislation. Our goal is to help minimize your administrative burden across the entire spectrum of employment-related payroll, tax, HR and benefits, so that you can focus on running your business. This information is provided as a courtesy to assist in your understanding of the impact of certain regulatory requirements and should not be construed as tax or legal advice. Such information is by nature subject to revision and may not be the most current information available. ADP encourages readers to consult with appropriate legal and/or tax advisors. Please be advised that calls to and from ADP may be monitored or recorded.

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Updated on December 10, 2019

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