How Can An Employer Report?
When you report, the following information must be included:
- Employee's name
- Employee's address
- Employee's Social Security Number
- Employer's name
- Employer's address
- Employer's Federal Identification Number
- Date of Hire
You may report by providing the employee's W4 form. After an employee completes this IRS form, fill in your employer I information in the space provided. Fax or mail a copy of the form to Child Support Enforcement Agency, New Hire Reporting: Child Support Enforcement Agency New Hire Reporting Kakuhihewa Building 601 Kamokila Blvd., Suite #251 Kapolei, Hawaii 96707 FAX: (808) 6937001 TELEPHONE: (808) 6927029 Employers have the option of reporting via diskette or electronically. Call the phone number provided above for information on these methods.
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