TDI and TCI Tax Information

The current withholding rate as of January 1, 2024 is 1.2% of your first $87,000 in earnings. Workers aged 14 and 15 are exempt from wage deductions and coverage. If you worked for more than one RI employer in a calendar year and your total wages were more than $84,000 (in 2023), you may be entitled to a TDI tax refund. You can download the TDI tax refund claim form (TX-16-22) below. You can also obtain the refund form from the Employer Tax Section, 1511 Pontiac Ave, Cranston, RI 02920, 401-574-8700


Temporary Disability Insurance benefits are not subject to Federal or State income taxes; therefore, you will not receive a 1099-G form. Temporary Caregiver Insurance benefits are subject to Federal and State income taxes.

If you receive TCI benefits, you will receive a General Form (1099-G) in January of the year following the year in which you were paid TCI benefits indicating the amount you received. This amount will also be reported to the IRS.


Request a 1099-G Form For TCI