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SDI Tax

What is SDI Tax?

SDI Tax is State Disability Insurance tax, and money collected from SDI tax is given to disability programs that are further used to provide financial assistance to employees who are unable to work on their full potential due to physical or mental disability

SDI vs TDI Tax

State Disability Insurance tax (SDI) and Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI) are both the same. Of those New York, Hawaii, New Jersey, and Rhode Island name it as TDI, however, the name SDI is used in California.

What are the SDI / TDI Tax rates in the United States?

The SDI Tax rates are as follows:

SDI / TDI Tax rates in New York = $0.6

SDI / TDI Tax rates in Rhode Island = 1.3% of employee’s pay

SDI / TDI Tax rates in Hawaii = 0.5% of employee’s weekly pay and up to $5.60

SDI / TDI Tax rates in New Jersey = $29.22 per month [$350.74 per year]

SDI / TDI Tax rates in New Jersey = $29.22 per month [$350.74 per year]

SDI / TDI Tax rates in California = $102.424 per month [$1229.09 per year]

Related: Disability Leave, CASDI, After Tax Deduction