Can Employer Contribution And Wage Reports Be Filed Electronically?
At this time, employers who have more than 250 employees are required to submit the wage portion of their reports on magnetic media (cartridge or 31/2 floppy diskette). All employers are encouraged to submit their wage data on magnetic media. DOES is working toward providing additional ways to file contribution and wage reports. Future plans include the use of the telephone and the Internet for report filing, and providing for filing of both the contribution and wage portions of the report on magnetic media. In addition, employers will be able to use the telephone and the Web to access their account information and make changes in account address information. Future developments will be posted at this web site.
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