(820 ILCS 405/1400.1)
    Sec. 1400.1. Solvency Adjustments. As used in this Section, "prior year's trust fund balance" means the net amount standing to the credit of this State's account in the unemployment trust fund (less all outstanding advances to that account, including but not limited to advances pursuant to Title XII of the federal Social Security Act) as of June 30 of the immediately preceding calendar year.
    The wage base adjustment, rate adjustment, and allowance adjustment applicable to any calendar year after calendar year 2009 shall be as follows:
        If the prior year's trust fund balance is less than
    
$300,000,000, the wage base adjustment shall be $220, the rate adjustment shall be 0.05%, and the allowance adjustment shall be -0.3% absolute.
        If the prior year's trust fund balance is equal to or
    
greater than $300,000,000 but less than $700,000,000, the wage base adjustment shall be $150, the rate adjustment shall be 0.025%, and the allowance adjustment shall be -0.2% absolute.
        If the prior year's trust fund balance is equal to or
    
greater than $700,000,000 but less than $1,000,000,000, the wage base adjustment shall be $75, the rate adjustment shall be 0, and the allowance adjustment shall be -0.1% absolute.
        If the prior year's trust fund balance is equal to or
    
greater than $1,000,000,000 but less than $1,300,000,000, the wage base adjustment shall be -$75, the rate adjustment shall be 0, and the allowance adjustment shall be 0.1% absolute.
        If the prior year's trust fund balance is equal to or
    
greater than $1,300,000,000 but less than $1,700,000,000, the wage base adjustment shall be -$150, the rate adjustment shall be -0.025%, and the allowance adjustment shall be 0.2% absolute.
        If the prior year's trust fund balance is equal to or
    
greater than $1,700,000,000, the wage base adjustment shall be -$220, the rate adjustment shall be -0.05%, and the allowance adjustment shall be 0.3% absolute.
(Source: P.A. 93-634, eff. 1-1-04.)