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Nevada Compliance and Regulatory Resources

One of the top struggles for Nevada business owners is staying compliant with business regulations. With compliance resources from Paychex, you can more easily stay ahead of changing requirements in Nevada. Learn more about compliance obligations for your business, including offering workplace retirement programs, pay transparency, and more.

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State Tax Rates and Limits

State Unemployment Taxable Wage Base Limit


State Unemployment Rate Range for Employers

0.25% to 5.4%

State Unemployment New Employer Rate


State Hourly Minimum Wage

$11.25 (for employees not offered health insurance); $10.25 (for employees offered health insurance). Effective July 1, 2024: Minimum wage will be $12 and a two-tier minimum wage will be eliminated.

State Minimum Wage for Tipped Employees N/A

NV wage and hour information

State Tax ID Registration

SUI Registration

  • Registration instructions for Nevada SUI.
    • Immediate registration provided on the Registration Summary page with format of XXXXXXXXX (9 digits).
    • Email your registration summary to your Paychex Service Professional.

Entering your account numbers in Paychex Flex: Enter your new account number in your Paychex Flex® account to ensure that your Paychex account is updated and email your registration confirmation document to your Paychex Service Professional.

Pay Transparency

In effect since Oct. 1, 2021, all employers in the state must comply with the Nevada pay transparency law.

  • Must disclose pay range or rate of pay to applicants who have completed an interview for a position.
  • Pay rate or range also must be provided to an employee if they have applied, completed an interview, been offered a promotion or transfer, or requested a pay rate or range for a promotion or transfer to a new position.

For more information

State-Facilitated Retirement Programs

Employee Savings Trust Program
Visit our retirement hub

Workplace Safety

Nevada operates an OSHA-approved state plan covering most private-sector workers and all state and local government workers within the state. Federal OSHA covers most workers not covered under the state plan.

Workers' Compensation

Coverage is mandatory for employers with any employees

Compliance Insights