-Connecticut

To be able to fully utilize Fingercheck’s all-in-one payroll services in Connecticut, your company must first be registered with the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services and the Connecticut Department of Labor to allow us to properly draft and file your state taxes.

Agency:

Connecticut Department of Revenue Services

-Connecticut Tax Registration Number: (X)XXXXXXX-XXX (typically 8 digits with a 3 digit location code)

Connecticut Department of Labor

-Connecticut Department of Labor Employer Registration Number: XX-XXX-XX (7 digits)

Registering as a New Employer in Connecticut

-Connecticut Withholding Tax Account Number

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you will need to first register online with the Department of Revenue Services via the Taxpayer Service Center before you can be assigned a Tax Account Number. After successfully completing the online application, you will receive your designated number within the next 10 business days. If you still require help, you can contact Department of Revenue Services via phone at 860-297-5962.

-Connecticut Unemployment Insurance Tax Account Number

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must first register online with the Department of Labor via the Connecticut Employer Registration portal in order to obtain your specific Insurance Tax Account Number. You will be assigned a number once you have finished the registration process. For more assistance, you can contact the Department of Labor via phone at 860-263-6567.

-Connecticut UI Contribution Rate

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, your default rate for unemployment contribution is calculated is by adding your Employer Tax Rate and your Connecticut Fund Solvency Tax Rate together.

Where to Locate Your Connecticut Tax ID Numbers and Rate

-Connecticut Tax Registration Number

  • You can look at any previously filed state tax return, also known as a Form CT-941, to see what your designated Registration Number is. Alternatively, any official mail that you received from CT Department of Revenue Services will also have your number. If you are still unable to find the number, you can contact the Department of Revenue Services at 860-297-5962.

-Connecticut Department of Labor Employer Registration Number

  • To locate your seven-digit (XX-XXX-XX) registration number, you can look at any previously filed quarterly report (Form UC-5A / UC-2R) or mail you’ve received from the Department of Labor.
  • If you are unable to locate your Department of Labor Employer Registration Number, you can fax a request to the Employer Status Unit at (860) 263-6567. See specific fax requirements here.
  • If you are still unable to find the number, you can contact the Department of Labor at 860-263-6000.

-Connecticut Contribution Rate

  • If you have an online account, you can look up what your rate is online using the Connecticut Department of Labor Tax and Benefits System. Outside of the website, your rate can also be found on any previously filed quarterly report, known as a Form UC-5A/UC-2R, or on the Merit Rating Notice that the Department of Labor mails annually.
  • If you are still unable to find the number, you can contact the Department of Labor via phone at 860-263-6000.

Connecticut State Tax Details

Fingercheck’s payroll service processes the filings to the corresponding state agencies according to the frequencies listed here:

Agency:

Connecticut Department of Revenue Services

-Withholding Tax Payment: Per Pay Run

-Quarterly Reconciliation of Withholding (CT-941): Quarterly

-Annual Reconciliation of Withholding (CT-W3): Annually

-Annual Wage and Tax Statements (CT-W2): Annually

Connecticut Department of Labor

-Employer Contribution Return and Employee Quarterly Earnings Report (UC-5A / UC-2): Quarterly

-Unemployment Insurance Tax Payment: Quarterly

-New Hire Report: Per New Employee

-Delaware

To be able to fully utilize Fingercheck’s all-in-one payroll services in Delaware, your company must first be registered with the Delaware Division of Revenue and the Delaware Department of Labor to allow us to properly draft and file your state taxes.

Agency:

Delaware Division of Revenue

-Delaware Withholding Tax Account Number: 1-000000000-001 (13 digits)

Delaware Department of Labor

-Delaware UI Account Number: 00000-0 (6 digits)

-Delaware UI Tax Rate: X.X%

Obtaining Account Numbers as a New Employer in Delaware

-Delaware Withholding Tax Account Number

  • If you are a new business, you must first register online with the Delaware Division of Revenue via the Delaware One Stop portal in order to be assigned a designated Withholding Tax Account Number. If you have already registered, you can locate your assigned number on official notices that you have received from the agency.
  • For more assistance, you can contact the Division of Revenue via phone at 302-577-8779 or by using the live chat option.

-Delaware UI Account Number and Tax Rate

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must register online with the Delaware Department of Labor using the Delaware One Stop portal to be assigned a number and tax rate.
  • If you have already have both your number and your rate, you can locate your both on the Notice of Unemployment Insurance Assessment Rate that is sent by the Department of Labor.
  • For more help, you can contact the agency via phone at 302-761-8001 or by emailing them.

Delaware Payroll Tax Details

Fingercheck’s payroll service processes the filings to the corresponding state agencies according to the frequencies listed here:

Agency:

Delaware Division of Revenue

-Withholding Tax Payment: After Every Pay Run

-Wage and Tax Statement (W-2): Annually

Delaware Department of Labor

-Employer's Contribution and Wage Report: Quarterly

Delaware State Directory of New Hire Reporting

-New Hire Report: As Needed

City of Wilmington Tax Information

If your business is based in Wilmington, or if any of your employees reside in Wilmington, you are also required to register with the City of Wilmington before Fingercheck can have the ability to both pay and file your city-level taxes for you.

Agency:

City of Wilmington

-Wilmington Account Number: 00000000 (8 digits)

Wilmington Earned Income Tax Department

-Wilmington Quarterly Return of Tax Withheld: Monthly

-Wage and Tax Statement (W-2): Annually

-Wilmington Account Number

  • The local account number specific to Wilmington is used to file the city’s Earned Income Tax and Head Tax.
  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must first fill out the Application for New Business Earned Income Taxpayer Account New Business Earned Income Taxpayer Account form and mail it to the address on the form. Alternatively, you can register in person as well. Your number will be mailed to you if you registered via mail or on the same day if you registered in person.
  • If you have already obtained your number, you can relocate it on past documents sent to you by the City of Wilmington Earned Income Tax.
  • For more assistance, you can reach out to the City of Wilmington at 302-576-2418 or via email at CityTaxQuestions@WilmingtonDE.gov.

-Maryland

To be able to fully utilize Fingercheck’s all-in-one payroll services in Maryland, you must be registered with the Comptroller of Maryland and the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation to allow us to properly draft and file your state taxes.

Agency:

Comptroller of Maryland

-Maryland Central Registration Number: XXXXXXXX (8 digits)

Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation

-Maryland Division of Unemployment Insurance Employer Number: XXXXXXXXXX (10 digits)

Registration for New Employers in Maryland

-Maryland Central Registration Number for Withholding Tax

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must first register online with the Comptroller of Maryland using the Maryland Combined Registration Online Application before you can be assigned a Registration Number. After successfully completing the registration process, you will receive your Central Registration number within seven business days. To receive your number on a shorter time frame for urgent matters or require assistance with obtaining your number, you can contact the agency via phone at 800-MD-TAXES.

-Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation for Unemployment Insurance Tax

  • By using the online registration process with the Comptroller of Maryland, you can simultaneously register your business with the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation as well to account for state unemployment insurance taxes.

-Maryland Unemployment Insurance Tax Rate

  • For new businesses, you can go online to view what your Unemployment Insurance (UI) tax rate is once you have received your Division of Unemployment Insurance Employer Number.

How to Locate Your Maryland Tax ID Numbers and Rates

-Maryland Central Registration Number

  • To search for your Central Registration number, you will need to log into the Comptroller of Maryland’s website here. Alternatively, the eight-digit number will also appear on any previously filed Annual Reconciliation Return, known as the Form MW-508. If you would like to contact the office directly, you can call the office at 800-MD-TAXES.

-Maryland Division of Unemployment Insurance Tax Rate

  • You can find your Unemployment Insurance Employer Number on quarterly reports, known as the Form DLLR/DUI 15/16, that were previously filed. If you would like to contact the agency directly, you can reach the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation at 410-767-2413.

-Maryland Unemployment Insurance Tax Rate

  • To locate your UI tax rate online, you can do so by logging into the Maryland Department of Labor website here. If you would like to contact the agency directly, you can reach the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation at 410-767-2413.

Maryland State Tax Details

Fingercheck’s payroll service processes the filings to the corresponding state agencies according to the frequencies listed here:

Agency:

Comptroller of Maryland

-Withholding Tax Payments (Form MW506): Per Pay Run

-Annual Employer Withholding Reconciliation Return (MW508): Annually

-Wage and Tax Statement (W-2): Annually

Division of Unemployment Insurance

-Unemployment Insurance Quarterly Contribution Report Payment: Quarterly

-Unemployment Insurance Quarterly Wage and Contribution Report (DLLR/DUI 15/16): Quarterly

State Directory of New Hires

-New Hire Registry Report: Per New Employee

-Massachusetts

To be able to fully utilize Fingercheck’s all-in-one payroll services in Massachusetts, you must be registered with the Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR) and Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA) to allow us to properly draft and file your state taxes.

Agency:

Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR)

-Massachusetts Withholding Account Number: WTH-00000000-000 (11 digits)

-Massachusetts Deposit Frequency: Depository (Weekly), Monthly, Quarterly, or Annual

Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA)

-Massachusetts Employer Account Number: 00000000 (8 digits)

-Massachusetts Contribution Rate: X%

-Massachusetts Employer Medical Assistance Contribution (EMAC) Rate: X%

Registration for New Employers in Massachusetts

-Massachusetts Withholding Account Number and Deposit Frequency

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must first register online with the Department of Revenue using the MassTaxConnect portal before you can be assigned a Withholding Account Number and Deposit Frequency. Upon your successful completion of the registration process, you will receive both an account number and a filing frequency.

-Massachusetts Employer Account Number

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must first register online with the Division of Unemployment Assistance via the Employer Login portal in order to obtain an account number. Once you complete the registration process, you will be given a specific account number for your business.

-Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Contribution Rate

  • To confirm your Unemployment Insurance (UI) Contribution Rate, you can contact an agency representative via phone at 617-626-5075 or visit their website at www.mass.gov.

-Massachusetts Employer Medical Assistance Contribution (EMAC) Rate

  • For most new employers, they are exempt from having to pay for EMAC for a period of two years. If you’re unsure about what your rate is, or if you are exempt, you can contact the agency at 617-626-5075 or visit www.mass.gov.

How to Locate Your Massachusetts Tax ID Numbers and Rates

-Massachusetts Withholding Account Number & Deposit Frequency

  • If you've forgotten your Account Number and Deposit Frequency, you can sign into the MassTaxConnect portal and view both figures in your account information. Alternatively, your Account Number and Deposit Frequency can also be found by referring to official documents that have been sent to you by the Department of Revenue. For more information, you can contact the agency via phone at 617-887-6367.

-Massachusetts Employer Account Number

  • To locate your Employer Account Number, you can find it online by logging in to the Unemployment Insurance Online Portal, as well as by looking at past Rate Notices sent by the Department of Unemployment Assistance. For more information, you can contact the agency via phone at 617-626-5075 or by visiting www.mass.gov.

-Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Contribution Rate

  • To find your Unemployment rate, you can either sign into your created account online or look to the Rate Notice sent by the Department of Unemployment Assistance. For more information, contact the agency at 617-626-5075 or visit www.mass.gov.

-Massachusetts Employer Medical Assistance Contribution (EMAC) Rate

  • Most employers are exempt from EMAC for a period of two years. After which, they are given a designated rate that corresponds to the total number of years that they have been in business. If you would like to know how or if this applies to you, your rate can be found online or on the Rate Notice mailed by the MA Department of Unemployment Assistance each year. For more information, you can contact the agency at 617-626-5075 or visit www.mass.gov.

Adding Fingercheck as your Third Party Administrator (TPA)

Keep your username and password for both online accounts in a safe place. You will need to login again to assign Fingercheck Tax Service LLC as your Third Party Administrator (TPA). This will authorize Fingercheck to conduct business with both tax agencies on your behalf. Further instructions will be provided by your Client Transition Representative.

Massachusetts Payroll Tax Details

Fingercheck’s payroll service processes the filings to the corresponding state agencies according to the frequencies listed here:

Agency:

Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR)

-Withholding Tax Payment: After Every Pay Run

-Employer’s Return of Income Taxes Withheld (M-941): Monthly / Quarterly / Annually

-Paid Family & Medical Leave Return: Quarterly

-Wage and Tax Statement (W-2): Annually

-New Hire Report: As Needed

Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA)

-Unemployment Insurance Payment: Quarterly

-Employment and Wage Detail Report: Quarterly

-New Hampshire

To be able to fully utilize Fingercheck’s all-in-one payroll services in New Hampshire, you must provide us with a New Hampshire Employment Security (NHES) Employer Account Number to allow us to properly draft and file your state taxes.

New Employer Registration in New Hampshire

-NHES Employer Account Number

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you will need to first file an Employer Status Report via the New Hampshire Employment Security’s website before you can obtain a designated NHES Employer Account Number. Once you complete the form and mail it in, the NHES will send you a Determination of Liability notice that contains your nine-digit NHES Employer Account Number and your New Hampshire Net Tax Rate. For more information, you can contact the agency via phone at 603-228-4033.
  • If you already registered, you can find your designated Employer Account Number on quarterly tax filings that you have submitted in the past.

New Hampshire Unemployment Insurance (UI) Account

To obtain a New Hampshire Unemployment Insurance (UI) Account, you will need to go to the NHES WebTax portal and click the link to create an account.

New Hampshire Net Tax Rate

Your Net Tax Rate is calculated by adding together your Unemployment Insurance (UI) tax rate and the Administrative Contributions (AC) rate. In order for Fingercheck to accurately withhold this tax, you will need to provide us with your Net Tax Rate.

  • If you are a new business, your Net Tax Rate can be found on the Determination of Liability notice you received after you submitted the completed Employer Status Report.
  • If you are a pre-existing business, you can find your rate on the Tax Rate Determination form that is sent to all employers by the NHES.
  • For more information, you can contact the agency via phone at 603-228-4038.

New Hampshire State Tax Details

Fingercheck’s payroll service processes the filings to the corresponding state agencies according to the frequencies listed here:

Agency:

New Hampshire Employment Security (NHES)

-Unemployment Insurance Tax Payment: Quarterly

-Employer Quarterly Tax Report: Quarterly

-New Hire Report (NHES 0085): Per New Employee

-New Jersey

To be able to fully utilize Fingercheck’s all-in-one payroll services in New Jersey, you must be registered with the New Jersey Division of Revenue and New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development to allow us to properly draft and file your state taxes.

Agency:

New Jersey Division of Revenue and Enterprise Services

-New Jersey Employer Registration Number: XXX-XXX-XXX (9 digits)

New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development

-Unemployment Experience Rate Disability Insurance Rate: X.XXXX% X.XXX%

Registration for New Employers in New Jersey

-New Jersey Division of Revenue and Enterprise Services

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must first register online via the New Jersey Treasury website in order to be assigned your New Jersey Employer Registration Number. There are two steps required to register:

Step 1: Business Formation - This lets NJ know that you are conducting business there.

Step 2: Business Registration - This is the registration for payroll & tax filing

-New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development

  • After completing your registration on the Treasury website, the Department of Labor and Workforce Development will use that information to determine your liability amount.

-New Jersey Unemployment Experience Rate

  • To confirm what your exact Unemployment Experience Rate is, you will need to contact the Department of Labor and Workforce Development Employer Accounts department via phone at 866-278-3822.

How to Locate Your New Jersey Tax ID Numbers and Rates

-New Jersey Employer Registration Number

  • Your New Jersey Employer Registration Number, once you have been assigned one, will match your Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN). Alternatively, it can be found on any tax forms, such as the Form 941, that you have filed in the past.

-New Jersey Unemployment Experience Rate

  • If you created a myNewJersey account, your Unemployment Experience Rate can be found when you sign into your account. Alternatively, it will also be located on the Notice of Employer Contribution Rates that gets sent out to all employers annually by the Department of Labor and Workforce. For more information, you can contact the agency by calling 609-633-6400.

New Jersey Payroll Tax Details

Fingercheck’s payroll service processes the filings to the corresponding state agencies according to the frequencies listed here:

Agency:

Division of Revenue and Enterprise Services and Department of Labor & Workforce Development

-Withholding Tax Payment: Per Pay Run

-Unemployment Insurance Tax Payment: Quarterly

-Employer’s Quarterly Report (NJ-927): Quarterly

-Employer Report of Wages Paid (NJ WR-30): Quarterly

-Gross Income Tax Reconciliation of Tax Withheld (NJ-W-3): Annually

-Income Tax Employer Reconciliation (NJ-EFW2): Annually

New Hire Reporting Center

-New Hire Report: Per New Employee

-New York

To be able to fully utilize Fingercheck’s all-in-one payroll services in New York, you must be a registered employer with the New York State Department of Labor and the New York Department of Taxation and Finance, and provide us with both your New York Employer Registration Number and your Unemployment Insurance (UI) Tax Rate in order to allow us to properly draft and file your state taxes.

Registering as a New Employer in New York

-New York Employer Registration Number for Unemployment Insurance Tax

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you will need to first register online with the Department of Labor by filling out the NYS 100 in order to obtain an Employer Registration Number. When you successfully register online, you will receive your Registration Number after five business days.
  • If you are missing a digit from your Registration Number, you can log in to the New York State Department of Labor website using your Federal Employment Identification Number (FEIN) and your Registration Number to see the missing digit.

-New York Withholding Identification Number

  • Your Withholding Identification Number will be the same as your Federal Employment Identification Number (FEIN).
  • Note: The only way your Withholding ID Number will be validated is if you successfully registered with both the New York Department of Labor and the New York Department of Taxation and Finance.

-New York Department of Labor Unemployment Insurance (UI) Employer Registration Number

  • For a new business to obtain a UI Employer Registration Number, you must complete the NYS-100 application that is located on the New York Business Express online portal.

-New York Unemployment Insurance (UI) Tax Rate

  • Once you have successfully registered with both the Department of Labor and the Department of Taxation and Finance, you can locate your unemployment insurance tax rate on the Notice of Unemployment Tax Rate (also known as the form IA 97) mailed by the Department of Labor annually. You must forward the notice to Fingercheck, so that we can update our records and withhold the accurate tax amount.
  • If you cannot locate your Rate Notice, you can contact the Department of Labor at (518) 457-4179 to obtain your tax rate over the phone.

How to Locate Your Various New York Tax Numbers

-New York Employer Registration Number

  • You can locate your Registration Number by looking to any of your previously filed quarterly tax returns, like the Form NYS-45: Quarterly Combined Withholding, Wage Reporting, and Unemployment Insurance Return. For more information, you can reach out to the agency via phone at (518) 457-4179.

-New York Employer Withholding Identification Number

  • If you need to find your Withholding ID, you can refer to both previously filed State and Federal tax returns.

-New York UI Employer Registration Number

  • To locate an existing UI Employer Registration Number, you can refer to any prior Form NYS-45 that you have filed in the past.

New York Payroll Tax Details

Fingercheck’s payroll service processes the filings to the corresponding state agencies according to the frequencies listed here:

Agency:

Department of Taxation and Finance and Department of Labor

-Return of Tax Withheld (NYS-1): Per Pay Run

-Unemployment Insurance Tax Payment: Quarterly

-Quarterly Combined Withholding, Wage Reporting, And Unemployment Insurance Return (NYS-45): Quarterly

-New Hire Report: Per New Employee

-Pennsylvania

To be able to fully utilize Fingercheck’s all-in-one payroll services in Pennsylvania, you must be registered with the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue and the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry in order to allow us to properly draft and file your state taxes.

Agency:

Pennsylvania Department of Revenue:

-Pennsylvania Withholding Tax Account Number: 0000-0000 (8 digits)

-Pennsylvania Filing Frequency: Semi-weekly, Semi-monthly, Monthly, or Quarterly

Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry:

-Pennsylvania UC Account Number: 0000000 (7 digits)

-Pennsylvania Total Contribution Rate: X.XXXX%

New Business Registration in Pennsylvania

-Pennsylvania Withholding Tax Account Number and Filing Frequency

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must register online by filling out the Pennsylvania Online Business Entity Registration (PA-100) via the Department of Revenue’s website in order to be assigned an Account Number and a Filing Frequency. For more information, you can contact the agency directly via phone at 1-888-728-2937.
  • If you already registered, you can sign in online to review your assigned Account Number and Filing Frequency. Alternatively, they can also be found on documents that you have received from the Department of Revenue, like the Form PA W-3, Employer Quarterly Return of Withholding Tax.

-Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation Account Number and Tax Rate

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must register online via the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry's website to obtain an Account Number and Tax Rate.
  • If you have already registered with the Department of Labor and Industry, you can confirm your tax rate online or find it on the Employer's Unemployment Insurance Tax Report, known as the Form UC-2. For more information, contact the agency via phone at 866-403-6163 or via their Contact Us form.

Adding Fingercheck as your Third Party Administrator (TPA)

Keep your username and password for both online accounts in a safe place. You will need to login again to assign Fingercheck Tax Service LLC as your Third Party Administrator (TPA). This will authorize Fingercheck to conduct business with both tax agencies on your behalf. Further instructions will be provided by your Client Transition Representative.

Pennsylvania Payroll Tax Details

Fingercheck’s payroll service processes the filings to the corresponding state agencies according to the frequencies listed here:

Agency:

Pennsylvania Department of Revenue:

-Withholding Tax Payment: After Every Pay Run

-Employer Quarterly Return of Withholding Tax (PA-W3): Quarterly

-Wage and Tax Statement (W-2): Annually

-W-2 Transmittal Annual Reconciliation (REV-1667): Annually

Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry:

-Employer's Quarterly Wage and Tax Information: Quarterly

-New Hire Report: As Needed

Pennsylvania City-Level Payroll Tax Details

Agency:

City of Pittsburgh Finance Department:

-Pittsburgh City Account Number: 00-0000-000 (9 digits)

Philadelphia Department of Revenue:

-Philadelphia Tax Account Number: 0000000 (7 digits)

-Philadelphia Wage Tax Filing Frequency: Weekly, Semi-Monthly, Monthly, or Quarterly

City Level Account Details

-Pittsburgh City Account Number

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must first register online with the City of Pittsburgh Finance Department before you can have an Account Number assigned to you. Once you have successfully completed the registration process, you will receive your account number within 10 business days. For more information, contact the agency via phone at 412-255-2543.
  • If you have already registered, you can find your City Account Number on official documents that you have received from the City of Pittsburgh Finance Department.

-Philadelphia Tax Account Number and Filing Frequency

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you will be required to first register online with the Philadelphia Department of Revenue in order to have an Account Number and a Filing Frequency assigned to you. For more information, you can contact the agency directly at 215-686-6579 or revenue@phila.gov.
  • If you have already registered, you can refer to documents sent to you by the agency in order to locate your Tax Account Number and Filing Frequency.

Agency:

City of Pittsburgh:

-City of Pittsburgh Quarterly Payroll Expense Tax (ET-1): Quarterly

-City of Pittsburgh Local Services Tax Quarterly Return (LS-1): Quarterly

-City of Pittsburgh Local Services Tax Annual Reconciliation: Annually

Philadelphia Department of Revenue:

-City of Philadelphia Wage Tax Payment: After Every Pay Run

-City of Philadelphia Annual Reconciliation of Employer Wage Tax: Annually

-Wage and Tax Statement (W-2): Annually

Various Tax Collectors:

-Quarterly Earned Income Tax (EIT) Filing: Quarterly

-Quarterly Local Services Tax (LST) Filing: Quarterly

-Earned Income Tax (EIT) Annual Reconciliation: Annually

-Local Services Tax (LST) Annual Reconciliation: Annually

-Rhode Island

To be able to fully utilize Fingercheck’s all-in-one payroll services in Rhode Island, you must be registered with the Rhode Island Department of Revenue and the Rhode Island Division of Taxation in order to allow us to properly draft and file your state taxes.

Agency:

Rhode Island Department of Revenue

-Rhode Island Withholding Account Number: 000000000 00 (11 digits)

Rhode Island Division of Taxation

-Rhode Island UI Account Number: 0000000000 (10 digits)

-Rhode Island Employment Security Tax Rate: X.XX%

Registration for New Employers in Rhode Island

-Rhode Island Withholding Account Number

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must go to the Rhode Island Department of Revenue’s website and register online in order to be assigned a designated Withholding Account Number. The account number that you receive will match your Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN).
  • If you have already registered, you can find your Account Number on official documents sent to you by the Department of Revenue.

-Rhode Island Unemployment Insurance Account Number and Tax Rate

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must register online using the Rhode Island Division of Taxation’s website to have a UI Account Number and Tax Rate assigned to you.
  • If you already have registered with the Division of Taxation and received an Account Number and Tax Rate, you can locate both on the Notice of Tax Rate mailed by the Rhode Island Division of Taxation annually. For more information, contact the agency at 401-574-8700 or via email.

-Rhode Island Department of Labor & Training Employer Account Number

  • To obtain an Employer Account Number, you can go online to the Division of Taxation’s Employer Tax Section and create an account to begin registering your business. Once you have successfully completed the registration process, you will receive your Employer Account Number within seven days.

Rhode Island Payroll Tax Details

Agency:

Rhode Island Department of Revenue

-Withholding Tax Payment: After Every Pay Run

-Reconciliation of Personal Income Tax Withheld (RI W-3): Annually

-Wage and Tax Statement (W-2): Annually

Rhode Island Division of Taxation

-Quarterly Tax and Wage Report (TX-17): Quarterly

Rhode Island State Directory of New Hires

-New Hire Report: As Needed

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