No. Federal guidelines allow states to impose penalties for noncompliance but right now Idaho does not, so please, send us your new hire reports even if you are past the 20-day requirement.
No. Start with your most recent employees (those hired since your last quarterly wage report) and start reporting all your new employees from that point forward.
An employee is an individual to whom an employer pays a salary, wage, remuneration or other compensation as part of the employment relationship and for whom the employer is required to complete an IRS Form W-2. In most instances, the employer is required to withhold income taxes from such salary, wage, remuneration or other compensation unless such compensation falls within the meaning of 26 USC § 3401.
We want the start date. The “date of hire” is defined as the first day the employee works for wages. Do not report a new hire if the employee has not yet started working for you.
Your Idaho Unemployment Insurance account number (also known as a SUTA – State Unemployment Tax Account number) is a number assigned by the Idaho Department of Labor for businesses that file unemployment insurance quarterly wage reports. You can find your account number on your quarterly form or by calling Employer Accounts at (208) 332-3576 or (800) 448-2977.
If they earned wages, then they would still need to be reported as a new employee even if they left before you reported them.
No. You are only required to respond when you receive an unemployment insurance claim filed by an employee. For more information about responding to employee claims please visit SIDES — State Information Data Exchange System or send an email to SIDES@labor.idaho.gov.
If you’ve rehired a former employee less than 60 days after the employee left, then no you do not have to report the employee as a new hire. If it has been at least 60 days between the date the employee left and came back, then yes you do need to report the employee as a new hire, starting with the day the employee came back to work as the new date of hire.
If the work performed is based on a contract rather than an employer/employee relationship, you do not have to submit a New Hire report. In such cases, the contractor is responsible for reporting his or her new employees.
No. In the case of newly hired alien visa employees, the 20-day timeframe to submit the new hire report begins when the employee has received a Social Security number from the Social Security Administration.
New employees should be reported to the New Hire Reporting program in the state where they work regardless of residence. Exceptions include multi-state employers registered with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that electronically report all new hires to a single state.
Please call us at (208) 332-8941 or (800) 627-3880 , or send an email to email@example.com. To set up the password we’ll need your Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN/EIN), a name and phone number for a contact and an email address in case you needed to reset your password and have a new one sent to you. We may need your company’s full name and address if we don’t already have that in our system.
No. QuickBooks does not offer a way to automatically report new hires to Labor, but it does have reports available. You might find this link helpful if you are interested in setting the report up on QuickBooks.
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