How Do I File Quarterly Wage Reports And Pay Taxes?

Employers are required to submit a quarterly wage report (Form ES­903A) listing wages paid to all workers and pay a tax at the rate applicable to that particular account. The wage report and payment are due on or before the end of the month following the close of each calendar quarter. Liable employers registered with the Employment Security Division are mailed an annual packet of forms for filing each quarterly wage report. Forms may also be obtained upon request.

Employers who have to report 250 or more employees in any calendar quarter must file their quarterly wage report on magnetic media using a format prescribed by the Department. Employers with less than 250 employees are encouraged to use magnetic media reporting. For information regarding procedures and format please call 841­8568 and/or refer to Employers' Guide on Magnetic Media .CLICK HERE to view and download unemployment tax forms.

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