Arizona, Utah and Nevada have raised the minimum income tax rate from 4.9 percent to 6.9.
Nevada also extended unemployment insurance eligibility to people with incomes of up to $100,000.
But that’s only part of a package of tax changes to help pay for a plan to raise revenue by $100 billion in 2021.
Here’s what you need to know about the tax changes, including the minimum wage and the estate tax.
The minimum wage Arizona and Utah have raised from 4 percent to 5 percentThe state minimum wage is set to go up from $11 per hour to $15 per hour by 2019.
In 2021, the minimum will go up to about $18 per hour.
The state’s rate is set at 4.4 percent, and Utah’s rate of 5.1 percent.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey said in his budget proposal that the state would pay for the changes by raising taxes on the top two income tax brackets.
The state of Utah increased its state minimum wages from $9 to $11.25 per hour starting in 2019.
The new wage, however, will still be set at $9.25.
The estate taxArizona, Arizona and Nevada will all have a tax on estates.
Arizona will have a $5,000 maximum estate tax that applies to estates of $5 million or more.
Nevada has a maximum tax of $25,000 for estates of more than $10 million.
The top income tax bracket in Arizona is set as the 15 percent tax bracket, while Nevada has the top rate at 37 percent.
The estate tax is not set to rise from the current rate of 4.6 percent.
Under the new Arizona and New Mexico legislation, those who make more than that will pay an additional $3,000 tax on their estates.
Those who make less than that would pay $2,000 of the new tax on the estate.
The maximum tax rate for Nevada’s estate tax will increase from 4,100 to 5,400 percent.
New Mexico’s estate levy will increase by $4,200 per person and $4.50 per spouse.
The new state budget proposed that the top income rate in Arizona would be reduced to 5.2 percent, while the estate rate would be increased from 3.3 percent to 4.1.
The Utah estate tax would be indexed to inflation.
The tax will be raised from 3 percent to 2.5 percent.
The states’ unemployment insurance rate is now at 7.9%, with the state expecting to see another increase in 2017, the first year the program is in place.
The Arizona Department of Human Services is expected to receive an increase in state funding to cover the cost of benefits for the unemployed.
The amount of funding that is expected is not yet known, but the state is expecting to receive $5.4 million in 2017 from the federal government.
The unemployment insurance program was established to help the state’s more than 300,000 low-income residents find jobs.