-Alabama

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

Agency:

Alabama Department of Revenue

-Alabama Withholding Tax Account Number: 0000000000 (10 digits)

Alabama Department of Labor

-Alabama UC Account Number: 0000000000 (10 digits)

-Alabama Total Contribution Rate: X.XX%

Alabama Account Numbers for Tax FIlings

-Alabama Withholding Tax Account Number

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must first register with the Alabama Department of Revenue using their Business Tax Online Registration System in order to obtain an assigned Withholding Tax Account Number.

  • If your business has been assigned a Withholding Tax Account Number, you can find your account number in your filed Form A-1 or A-3, Employer Quarterly or Annual Return of Income Tax or by contacting the agency via phone at 334-242-1584.

-Alabama Unemployment Compensation (UC) Account Number

  • To obtain an Unemployment Compensation (UC) Account Number, you must first register online via the Department of Labor's eGov User Registration Portal to retrieve your account number from the agency.

  • If you have already registered with the Department of Labor, you can find it online or located on the Form UC-CR-4 or the Form UC-10R Tax Rate Notice mailed by the Alabama Department of Labor. If you are unable to find it using either of these options, you can contact the agency via phone at 334-242-2067.

-Alabama Tax Rates

  • The Alabama Total Contribution Rate is a combination of your Alabama UI Tax Rate and the Alabama Employment Security Assessment Rate (the rate is the same for all businesses). For most new employers, the Alabama UI Tax Rate is 2.7% for the first $8,000 of wages per employee. For more information, you can look at the Employer Information page on the Department of Labor website.

  • You can either find the rate online via your Department of Labor login, or located on the Tax Rate Notice mailed by the agency. If you are unable to find it using either of these options, you can contact the agency via phone at 334-242-2067.

Alabama Payroll Tax Details

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

Agency:

Alabama Department of Revenue:

-Monthly Withholding Tax Filing (Form A-6): Monthly

-Quarterly Withholding Tax Return (Form A-1): Quarterly

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

-Annual Reconciliation of Alabama Income Tax Withheld (Form A-3): Annually

Alabama Department of Labor:

-Quarterly Contribution (AL UC-CR4): Quarterly

-New Hire Report: As Needed

-Arkansas

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

Agency:

Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration

-Arkansas State Income Tax ID Number: XXXXXXXX WHW (8 digits + "WHW")

Arkansas Department of Workforce Services

-Arkansas Department of Workforce Services ID Number: XXXXXXXXX (9 digits)

-Arkansas Contribution Rate: X.X%

How to Register as a New Employer in Arkansas

-Arkansas Withholding Tax ID Number

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must register online through the AR Taxpayer Access Point (ATAP) portal. Once you complete the registration process, you will receive your Withholding Tax ID number immediately.

-Arkansas Department of Workforce Services ID Number

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must register online via the Arkansas Department of Workforce's portal. Once you complete the registration process, you will receive your Tax ID number upon the successful completion of the process.

-Arkansas Contribution Rate

  • For new employers that are unsure about their Contribution Rate, you can contact the agency via phone at (501) 682-3798.

Locating Arkansas Tax ID Numbers and Rates

-Arkansas State Withholding Tax ID Number

  • To locate your Tax ID Number, you can refer to previous payment documents that you should have received from the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration.

  • If you are still unable to locate your Tax ID number, contact the agency via phone at (501) 682-7290.

-Arkansas Department of Workforce Services ID Number for unemployment insurance tax

  • To locate your Department of Workforce Services ID Number, you can find it located on previous Tax Rate Notices received from the agency.

  • If you are still unable to locate your ID number, contact the agency via phone at (501) 682-2121.

-Arkansas Contribution Rate

  • To locate your UI Contribution Rate, you can look at the Tax Rate Notice that you should have received from the Department of Workforce Services.

  • If you are still unable to locate your ID number, contact the agency via phone at (501) 682-2121.

Arkansas Payroll Tax Details

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

Agency:

Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration

-Withholding Tax Payment (Form AR941M): Monthly

-Withholding Tax Annual Reconciliation (Form AR3MAR): Annual

-W-2 Reporting: Annual

Arkansas Department of Workforce Services

-Unemployment Insurance Filing / Payment (Form DWS-ARK-20): Quarterly

Arkansas New Hire Reporting Center

-New Hire Reporting: Per New Employee

-Florida

To be able to fully utilize Fingercheck’s all-in-one payroll services in Florida, you will need to provide us with your Florida Reemployment Tax Account Number and Reemployment Tax Rate to allow us to properly draft and file your state taxes.

How to Register as a New Employer in Florida

To obtain a Reemployment Tax Account Number for your business, you are required to first register for an online account with the Florida Department of Revenue (DOR). After you have successfully registered with the agency, you will obtain your seven-digit Reemployment Tax Account Number within 2-3 days by logging back into your account.

Note: While registering, you will need to input Fingercheck’s information to allow us Third Party Access in order to allow us the ability to pay and file taxes on your behalf. Listed below are our details to input:

  • Firm Name: Fingercheck Tax Service

  • Agent Number: 08119

  • Federal ID Number: 82-1386105

  • Email: jdeal@fingercheck.com

  • Capacity of Agent: Filing and Paying

  • Address: 1000 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11221

Find your Reemployment Tax Account Number and Tax Rate

If you are coming to Fingercheck from a previous payroll provider (or have filed state payroll tax returns in the past), you can locate your Reemployment Tax Account Number on any previously filed quarterly tax form, like the Form RT-6. The Reemployment Tax Account Number is a seven-digit number in the following format: XXXXXXX.

Reemployment Tax Rate

In order for Fingercheck to accurately calculate your Reemployment Tax amount, we require that you provide us with your Reemployment Tax Rate. To locate this:

  • You can look at the Reemployment Tax Rate Notice (Form RT-20) that is sent to all employers by the DOR and your rate can be located there.

  • If you are unable to find your rate on the form, you can contact the agency via phone at 850-488-6800 or contact your local DOR Taxpayer Service Center.

Florida State Tax Details

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

Agency:

Florida Department of Revenue (DOR)

-Unemployment Insurance Tax Payment: New Hire Report

-Employer’s Quarterly Report (RT-6): Quarterly

-New Hire Report: Per New Employee

-Georgia

To be able to fully utilize Fingercheck’s all-in-one payroll services in Georgia, you will need to provide us with your Georgia Withholding Number, Georgia Department of Labor Account Number, and Georgia Employer Total Tax Rate to allow us to properly draft and file your state taxes.

Obtaining Georgia Payroll Account Numbers

Georgia New Employer Registration

  • To obtain your Georgia Withholding Number, you must register for an account with the Georgia Department of Revenue. Once you have completed your registration, you will receive your nine-character Withholding Number.

  • In order obtain a Department of Labor Account Number, you will need to register online with the Georgia Department of Labor. Once you complete the registration process, you will receive your eight-digit Department of Labor Account Number.

  • Note: If your business is a non-profit organization and you are not registered with the Georgia Department of Labor, you cannot register online. Instead, you must do so by mail. Click here to download the Employer Status Report, Form DOL-1N. To contact the agency, you can call 877-423-6711, option 1 (Withholding Number) or 404-232-3180 (Department of Labor Account Number).

Locating your Georgia Account Numbers

  • To locate your Georgia Withholding Number, you can log into your Department of Revenue Tax Center Account via the Georgia Tax Center's website. Your number can also be located on previous filing forms that you should have received from the Department of Revenue. If you are still unable to find it, you can call the Department of Revenue Business Services Unit at 877-423-6711 between the hours of 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM.

  • To locate your Department of Labor Account Number, you can refer to any previously filed Quarterly Tax and Wage Report, known also as the Form-DOL 4N. If you are still unable to find it, you can call the Department of Labor via phone at 404-232-3180.

Calculating your Georgia Employer Total Tax Rate

For Fingercheck to accurately withhold the correct amount for this tax, we require that you provide us with your Georgia Employer Total Tax Rate.

-To locate your Total Tax Rate:

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you will need to register with the Department of Labor in order to be assigned a Total Tax Rate.

  • You can view your rate online here via the employer portal.

  • Your rate can also be located on the Employer Tax Rate Notice, known also as the Form DOL-626, mailed to every employer in late December.

  • If you are still unable to find your rate, you can contact the Department of Labor Employer Hotline via 855-436-7365.

Georgia State Tax Details

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

Agency:

Georgia Department of Revenue

-Income Tax Withholding Payments (GA-V): Per Pay Run

-Withholding Tax Return (G-7): Semi-Weekly / Monthly / Quarterly

-Annual Income Statement (G-1003): Annually

Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL)

-Unemployment Tax and Wage Report (LWC ES-4 / DOL-4N): Quarterly

New Hire Reporting Center

-New Hire Report: Per New Employee

Additional Information

-The quarterly filing form that you will need to submit in Georgia is based on the frequency of your tax payments. Your frequency is based on your annual payroll totals and when concerning the form, there are three categories of filing frequencies: semi-weekly, monthly, and quarterly. You can determine what your frequency is by referring to the form filed for your business in previous quarters. For more information, look at the Filing Date row on the Withholding HB 43 Requirements Summary.

-As a business owner in Georgia, in the event that you terminate an employee, you must give the terminated employee a completed, signed, and dated Separation Notice. This rule is following the printed instructions on the Form DOL-800.

-If one of your employees claims over 14 withholdings on their Employee Tax Withholding Form, also known as the Form G-4, you are required to then mail a copy of the employee’s Form G-4 to the state of Georgia for approval.

-Kentucky

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

Agency:

Kentucky Department of Revenue

-Kentucky Withholding Tax Account Number: 000000 (6 digits)

-Kentucky Deposit Frequency: Semi-Monthly / Monthly / Quarterly / Annually

Kentucky Division of Unemployment Insurance

-Kentucky UI Employer Account Number: 00000000-0 or 00000000-0A (9 digits + 1 letter)

-UI Tax Rate: X.XX%

How to Register as a New Employer in Kentucky

-Kentucky Withholding Tax Account Number and Deposit Frequency

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must register online with the Kentucky Department of Revenue in order to be assigned a Kentucky Withholding Tax Account Number and deposit frequency.

  • If you already registered for an account number and deposit frequency, you can locate them both online via the Kentucky Business One Stop Portal, or on any previous Form K-1 or K-3. Alternatively, documents that you have received from the Kentucky Department of Revenue will also have your account number and filing frequency located on them.

  • For more information, contact the Kentucky Department of Revenue at either 502-564-3306 or 502-564-7287.

-Kentucky UI Employer Account Number and Tax Rates

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must register online with the Kentucky Division of Unemployment Insurance via the Office of Unemployment Insurance's website before you can receive an account number and UI Tax Rate.

  • If you already registered and received an Employer Account Number and UI Tax Rate, you can locate both figured online via Kentucky's Unemployment Insurance Self-Service Web. Alternatively, they can be found on the Notice of Contribution Rate that you should have received from the Kentucky Division of Unemployment Insurance. For more information, contact the agency at 502-564-2272 or visit their website.

Kentucky Payroll Tax Details

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

Agency:

Kentucky Department of Revenue

-Withholding Tax Filing: After Every Pay Run

-Employer's Return of Income Tax Withheld (K-1): Semi Monthly / Monthly / Quarterly

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

-Employer's Annual Return of Income Tax Withheld (K-3): Annually

Kentucky Division of Unemployment Insurance

-Employer's Quarterly Unemployment Wage and Tax Report (UI-3): Quarterly

Kentucky New Hire Reporting Center

-New Hire Report: As Needed

-Louisiana

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

Agency:

Louisiana Department of Revenue

-Louisiana Withholding Tax Account Number: XXXXXXXXXX (10 digits)

Louisiana Workforce Commission

-Louisiana Unemployment Tax Employer Account Number: XXXXXX X (7 digits)

Louisiana Account Registrations for New Employers

-Louisiana Withholding Tax Account Number

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must register online with the Department of Revenue via the Agency's website. For more information or to speak to an Agency representative, contact the Department of Revenue via phone at 855-307-3893.

-Louisiana Unemployment Insurance Tax Account Number

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must register online with the Louisiana Workforce Commission via the online Louisiana Unemployment Tax Account Application. The application can only be done in one session, so Fingercheck suggests that you have all of the required information before you begin the process. You can find what information is required laid out at the beginning of the registration process. For more information, contact the Workforce Commission via phone at 866-783-5567.

-Unemployment Insurance Contribution Tax Rate

  • To locate your Unemployment Insurance Contribution Tax Rate, you can log into your Louisiana Wage and Tax System (LAWATS) account here. Alternatively, it can also be found on the letter that you received from the Workforce Commission after you completed the registration process. If you are still unable to locate the rate, contact the agency via phone at 866-783-5567.

How to locate your Louisiana Tax ID Numbers and Rates

-Louisiana Withholding Account Number

  • To locate your Account Number, refer to either documents that you have received from the Department of Revenue or quarterly filings that you have submitted to the Agency. For more information, contact the Department of Revenue via phone at 855-307-3893.

-Louisiana Unemployment Tax Employer Account Number

  • To locate your Account Number, refer to either documents that you have received from the Workforce Commission or quarterly filings that you have submitted to the Agency. For more information, contact the Workforce Commission via phone at 866-783-5567.

-Unemployment Insurance Contribution Tax Rate

  • To locate your Tax Rate, you can do so by going to the Louisiana Wage and Tax System (LAWATS) system and signing into your account established through the Workforce Commission here. Alternatively, it can also be found on the letter that you should have received from the Experience Rating Unit of the Workforce Commission. For more information, contact the Commission via phone at 866-783-5567.

Louisiana State Tax Details

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

Agency:

Department of Revenue

-Withholding Payment Voucher (L1-V): Per Pay Run

-Employer’s Return of State Income Tax Withheld (L-1): Quarterly

-Transmittal of Withholding Tax Statements (L-3): Annually

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

Workforce Commission

-Employer's Wage and Tax Report (LWC ES-4): Quarterly

Department of Children and Family Services

-New Hire Report: Per New Employee

-Mississippi

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

Agency:

Mississippi Department of Revenue

-Mississippi Withholding Account Number: 0000-0000 (8 digits)

-Mississippi Filing Frequency: Monthly, Quarterly, or Accelerated

Mississippi Department of Employment Security

-Mississippi Employer Account Number: 00-00000-0-00 (10 digits)

-Mississippi Total Contribution Rate: X.X%

Registering as a New Employer in Mississippi

-Mississippi Withholding Account Number and Filing Frequency

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must first register on the Mississippi Department of Revenue’s Taxpayer Access Point in order to be assigned an account number and filing frequency. Your frequency will dictate how often you are required to make withholding tax payments to the state Department of Revenue.

  • If you have registered with the Department of Revenue previously, you can locate both your account number and filing frequency online via the Taxpayer Access Point. Alternatively, both figures can be located on documents sent to you by the Department of Revenue. For more information, you can contact the agency via phone at 601-923-7088.

-Mississippi Employer Account Number

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must first register on the Mississippi Department of Employment Security’s website via the Online Unemployment Services portal.

  • If you have already registered with the Department of Employment Security, you can find your account number using the Online Unemployment Services portal. Alternatively, your account number can be located on the Contribution Tax Rate Notice that was mailed to you by the Mississippi Department of Employment Security. For more information, you can contact the agency via phone at 601-923-7700.

Mississippi Payroll Tax Details

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

Agency:

Department of Revenue

-Withholding Tax Payment: After Every Pay Run

-Employer's Withholding Tax Return (89-105): Monthly

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

Department of Employment Security

-Unemployment Insurance Tax Payment: Quarterly

-Employer's Quarterly Wage Report (UI-2/3): Quarterly

Department of Human Services

-New Hire Report: As Needed

-North Carolina

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

Agency:

North Carolina Department of Revenue:

-North Carolina Department of Revenue Withholding Account Identification Number: XXXXXXXXX (9 digits)

North Carolina Division of Employment Security:

-North Carolina Unemployment Tax Number: XX-XX-XXX (7 digits)

Registering as a New Employer in North Carolina

-North Carolina Department of Revenue - withholding tax

  • If you are a new company starting for the first time, you must first register with the Department of Revenue's online registration in order to be assigned a Withholding Account Identification Number. Once you have successfully completed the registration process, you will receive your Identification Number. For more information, you can contact the agency via phone at 877-252-3052.

-North Carolina Division of Employment Security - unemployment insurance tax

  • To be assigned an Unemployment Tax Number, you must first register online using the Department of Employment Security’s website. You will receive your Tax Number when you have successfully completed the registration process. For more information, contact the agency at 866-278-3822.

-North Carolina Filing Frequency

  • Frequencies in North Carolina are either monthly or quarterly. To find out what your filing frequency is, contact the Department of Revenue at 877-252-3052.

-North Carolina Unemployment Insurance (UI) Tax Rate

  • To confirm what tax rate applies to you, you can contact the Division of Employment Security at 866-278-3822.

Locating your North Carolina Tax ID Numbers and Rates

-North Carolina Department of Revenue Withholding Account Number

  • To locate your Account Number, you can log into the Department of Revenue’s e-Business center to view your account information, which will contain your account number. Alternatively, you can refer to any of your previously filed quarterly reports, such as the Form NC-5. For more information, contact the agency at 877-252-3052.

-North Carolina Unemployment Tax Number

  • By logging on to the Division of Employment Security’s website, you can view your assigned Tax Number. Alternatively, it can also be found on your previously filed quarterly reports, such as the Form NCUI-101. For more information, contact the Division of Employment Security at 866-278-3822.

-North Carolina Filing Frequency

  • This frequency is determined by the payroll totals for the year prior. To find out what your specific filing schedule is, you can contact the Department of Revenue at 877-252-3052.

-North Carolina Unemployment Insurance (UI) Tax Rate

  • To view your UI Tax Rate, you can log into the Division of Employment Security website and it will be available to view. Alternatively, your rate will also be located on the Tax Rate Notice mailed to you by the Division. For more information, contact the agency via phone at 866-278-3822.

North Carolina Payroll Tax Details

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

Agency:

Department of Revenue (NCDOR)

-Withholding Payment Voucher (NC-5P): Monthly

-Withholding Return (NC-5): Quarterly

-Quarterly Income Tax Withholding Return (NC-5Q): Quarterly

-Annual Withholding Reconciliation (NC-3): Annually

-Wage and Tax Statement (NC-W2): Annually

Division of Employment Security

-Unemployment Insurance Tax Payment: Quarterly

-Employer's Quarterly Tax and Wage Report (NCUI 101): Quarterly

Department of Health and Human Services

-New Hire Report: Per New Employee

-South Carolina

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

Agency:

South Carolina Department of Revenue

-South Carolina Withholding File Number: XXXXXXXX-X (9 digits)

South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce

-South Carolina UI Account Number: XXXXXX (6 digits)

-South Carolina Total Tax Rate: X.XX%

Registration Details for new employers in South Carolina

-South Carolina Withholding File Number

  • To have a Withholding File Number assigned to your business, you must go online to the South Carolina Department of Revenue’s website and register as a new business. Once you have successfully completed the registration process, you will receive your File Number within the day.

-South Carolina Unemployment Insurance (UI) Account Number

  • To obtain your UI Account Number, you must register your business on the Department of Employment and Workforce website. After successfully completing the registration process, you will receive your Account Number within 2-3 weeks.

-South Carolina Total Tax Rate

  • By contacting the Department of Employment and Workforce, you can obtain your Total Tax Rate. You can contact them via phone at (803) 737-2400, option.

Where to Locate your South Carolina Numbers and Rates

-South Carolina Withholding File Number

  • You can refer to the Form WH-1605 (Withholding Quarterly Return) or the Form WH-1606 (Employer's Fourth Quarter/Annual Reconciliation) to locate your Withholding Account Number. For more information, you can contact the Department of Revenue at (844)-898-8542 Option 2 then Option 4.

-South Carolina UI Account Number

  • Your Account Number can be found on the Form UCE-120, Employer Quarterly Contribution and Wages Report. For more information, reach out to the agency via phone at (803)-737-2400, option 3.

-South Carolina Total Tax Rate

  • Your Total Tax Rate is the sum of your Unemployment Insurance Tax Rate and the Departmental Administrative Contingency Assessment (DACA). To find your rate, you may refer to the Rate Notice sent by the Department of Employment and Workforce or you can contact the DWS tax office at (803) 737-2400, option 3.

South Carolina Payroll Tax Details

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

Agency:

South Carolina Department of Revenue

-Withholding Tax Payment: Per Pay Run

-Withholding Tax Quarterly Return: Quarterly

-Annual Withholding Tax Report: Annual

-W-2 Reporting: Annual

South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce

-Quarterly UI Wage Report: Quarterly

-Quarterly UI Contribution Report: Quarterly

South Carolina Department of Social Services

-New Hire Reporting: Per New Employee

-Tennessee

To be able to fully utilize Fingercheck’s all-in-one payroll services in Tennessee, you must provide a valid Tennessee Employer Account Number and your state Unemployment Insurance (UI) tax rate in order to allow us to properly draft and file your state taxes.

Account Registration for New Employers in Tennessee

  • To obtain an Employer Account Number, you can go to the Tennessee Department of Labor & Workforce Development’s website to see the instructions and links to applications to get an Employer Account Number. The completed application can be mailed or faxed to the Employer Services Unit and will be processed within ten business days. The Employer Account number, as well as your UI Tax Rate, will be mailed to the address provided on the form.

Locate your Tennessee Tax Account ID

  • To find your Employer Account Number, you can look at your previously submitted quarterly wage reports. For more information, contact the Department of Labor & Workforce Development at 615-741-2486.

How to Provide Fingercheck with your Unemployment Insurance Rate

To ensure that Fingercheck accurately withholds the correct amount of taxes for Unemployment Insurance (UI), we ask that you provide us with your Unemployment Insurance Rate when starting payroll with us.

  • When you complete the registration process for a new Employer Account Number, you will also receive your Unemployment Insurance (UI) rate as well.

  • If you have already registered for an Employer Account Number, you can look up your UI Rate by referring to the Notice of Employer’s Premium Rate (LB-0482) mailed to each employer by the Department of Labor & Workforce Development in the first quarter of each year. For more information, contact the agency via phone at 615-741-2486.

Tennessee Payroll Tax Details

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

Agency:

Department of Labor & Workforce Development

-Premium Report (LB-0456): Quarterly

-Wage Report (LB-0851): Quarterly

-New Hire Report: Per New Employee

-Virginia

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

Agency:

Virginia Department of Taxation:

-Virginia Department of Taxation Account Number: 30 XXXXXXXXX F XXX

Virginia Employment Commission:

-Virginia Employment Commission Account Number: XXXXXXXXXX (10 digits)

Registering as a New Employer in Virginia

-Virginia Department of Taxation - withholding tax

  • To register with the Department of Taxation, you will need to first go online to the Virginia Tax Online Services for Businesses portal and register as a new business. Once you’ve completed the registration process, you will receive a Department of Taxation Account Number that will be identical to your Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN).

-Virginia Employment Commission - Unemployment Insurance (UI) tax

  • By enrolling online via the Virginia Tax Online Services for Businesses portal for the Department of Taxation, you are also registered with the Virginia Employment Commission for State Unemployment Insurance (SUI) taxes. For more information or help locating your Account Number, you can contact the Commission via phone at 804-786-7159.

-Virginia Tax Payment Frequency

  • To find out what your filing frequency is as a new business, you can contact the Department of Taxation via phone at 804-367-8037.

-Virginia Employer Tax Rate

  • Once you have completed registration with both the Department of Taxation and the Virginia Employment Commission, you will be assigned a Virginia Employer Tax rate. To find out more about your tax rate, you can contact the Employment Commission via phone at 804-786-3061.

Third Party Authorization:

-Keep your username and password in a safe place. You will need to login again to assign us as your Third Party Administrator (TPA) so we have the ability to file and make tax payments on your behalf.

- Login to your Virginia iFile account, select account type TAX, then select Tax Preparer Maintenance on the middle navigation and assign us as the Tax Preparer using our unique ID of Fingercheck.

How to Locate your Virginia Tax ID Numbers and Rates

-Department of Taxation Account Number

  • Your assigned Account Number will be identical to your Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN). There is also a three-digit code that corresponds to your location that must also be added by you to the end of the account number. Alternatively, you can log into the Virginia Department of Taxation (VATAX) Online Services for Businesses to locate your number there as well.

  • You can also refer to any of your previously filed state tax returns, known as the Form VA-5, as well. For more information, contact the Department of Taxation via phone at 804-367-8037.

-Employment Commission Account Number

  • By logging into the VATAX Online Services for Businesses portal and viewing your account details, you can see what your assigned Commission Account Number is. On previously filed quarterly reports, known as the Form VEC-FC-21, you will also be able to find your number. For more information, you can contact the Employment Commission via phone at 804-786-1082.

-Virginia Employer Tax Rate

  • Through logging into the VATAX Online Services for Businesses portal, you can view your Employer Tax Rate. Alternatively, your rate will also be found on the Tax Rate Notice that is mailed to you by the Employment Commission. For more information, you can contact the agency via phone at 804-786-3061.

Virginia 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

-Employer’s Return of Virginia Income Tax Withheld (VA-5): Monthly

-Employer’s Annual or Final Summary of Virginia Income Tax Withheld Return (VA-6): Annually

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

Employment Commission (VEC)

-Unemployment Insurance Tax Payment: Quarterly

-Employer’s Quarterly Tax Report (VEC FC-20): Quarterly

-Employer’s Quarterly Payroll Report (VEC FC-21): Quarterly

New Hire Reporting Commission

-New Hire Report: Per New Employee

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