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As A Multistate Employer; Do I Have To Report To Each State In Which I Have Employees?

If you are a multistate employer, you may report newly hired employees to the State in which they are working or you may select one State to which to report all of your new hires. If one State is chosen, your new hire reports must be submitted by magnetic tape or electronically4 Contact the State you wish to report to for the data specifications and file layout for reporting electronically or by magnetic tape. Procedures to select and notify the Department of Health and Human Services of your state choice are being developed and will be provided to employers soon.

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