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Idaho's New Hire reporting law requires employers to report new employees to the Idaho Department of Labor within 20 days of the date of hire.
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The standard rate is established by law and can vary depending on economic conditions and the size of the employment security fund.
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Tax fraud depletes the trust fund and drives up unemployment insurance tax rates for businesses. Let us know if you suspect someone is committing fraud.
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Reporting new hires, paying taxes on time and keeping clear & consistent records are a few ways you can help reduce the rate.
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