-Arizona

To be able to fully utilize Fingercheck’s all-in-one payroll services in Arizona, your company must first be registered with the Arizona Department of Revenue and the Department of Economic Security to allow us to properly draft and file your state taxes. We also require that you provide us with your Arizona Unemployment Tax Account Number and your Unemployment Insurance (UI) rate.

Registering as a New Employer in Arizona

-Arizona Unemployment Insurance (UI) Tax

If you are a new business starting for the first time, you will need to register online via the Department of Revenue's website and complete the Arizona Joint Tax Application, known as the Form JT-1, before you can be assigned your tax account numbers. By registering online, you are enrolling your business with both the Department of Revenue and the Department of Economic Security. Once you have successfully completed the registration process, you will receive your designated Unemployment Insurance Tax Account Number. For assistance obtaining account numbers, you can contact the agency via phone at 602-771-6602.

-Arizona Withholding Account Number

Your designated Withholding Account Number will be identical to your Federal Employment Identification Number (EIN). In order to link your EIN to your Arizona Withholding Account, you will need to first register with the Department of Revenue.

Where to Find your Arizona UI Tax Account

To locate your number for your state Unemployment Tax Account:

  • You can refer to any past Unemployment Tax and Wage Reports, known as the Form UC-018, and you can locate your Account Number. If you are still unable to find it, you can contact the Arizona Department of Economic Security via phone at 602-771-6602.

Arizona UI Tax Rate

In order for Fingercheck to accurately withhold the Unemployment Insurance tax, you will need to provide us with your Unemployment Insurance (UI) Tax Rate. To find your rate:

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you will need to register with the Department of Employment Security before you can be assigned a Tax Rate.

  • If you are an existing employer, you can refer to the Determination of Unemployment Tax Rate, also known as the Form UC-603, to see what your specific UI Tax Rate is. For more help, you can contact the Department of Economic Security via phone at 602-771-6602.

  • Every year, the Department of Employment Security will mail a new UI Rate Notice to all employers. You must contact us when you receive the new notice so that we may update your rate information on file.

Arizona State Tax Details

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

Agency:

Arizona Department of Revenue (DOR)

-Payment of Arizona Income Tax Withheld (A1-WP): Monthly

-Quarterly Withholding Tax Return (A1-QRT): Quarterly

-Withholding Reconciliation Return (A1-R): Annually

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

Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES)

-Unemployment Insurance Tax Payment: Quarterly

-Unemployment Tax and Wage Report (UC-018): Quarterly

New Hire Reporting Center

-New Hire Report: Per New Employee

-New Mexico

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

Agency:

New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department

-New Mexico CRS Identification Number: 00-000000-00-0 (11 digits)

-New Mexico Filing Frequency: Monthly, Quarterly, or Semi-Annually

New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions

-New Mexico Unemployment Insurance Account Number: 0000000000 (10 digits)

-New Mexico Total Tax Rate: X.X%

Tax Account Numbers for New Businesses in New Mexico

-Getting Your New Mexico CRS Identification Number and Filing Frequency

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must first register with the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department via the Taxpayer Access Portal before you can be assigned both a CRS Identification Number and Filing Frequency. Once you have successfully completed the registration process, you will receive your ID number in two days. Your number is also used for New Mexico Workers Compensation Payments and filings.

  • If you have previously registered, you can locate both your number and your filing frequency on documents that you have received from the agency like the Combined Report System, also known as the Form CRS-1. For more information, you can call the agency at (505) 827-0700.

-Obtaining Your New Mexico Unemployment Insurance (UI) Account Number and Tax Rates

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you will need to first register online via the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions' website in order to be assigned a UI Account Number and tax rate. Your rate is calculated by adding together your Excess Claims Rate and your Contribution Rate.

  • If you have already registered with the Agency, you can locate both figures by signing into the agency website. Alternatively, you can find them on the Employer's Quarterly Wage and Contribution Report, also known as the Form ES-903A. For more information, you can contact the agency via phone at (877) 664-6984.

Adding Fingercheck as your Third Party Administrator

As well as your account number, in order for Fingercheck to file and pay your New Mexico Unemployment Insurance taxes, we need to be authorized as your Third Party Administrator (TPA).

The instructions provided by the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions will help guide you through the process of authorizing Fingercheck. Further instructions for authorizing Fingercheck will be provided by your Client Transition Representative.

New Mexico Reporting Unit Numbers

If you are an employer in the state of New Mexico, you are required to assign a Reporting Unit Number to each of your employees by the Department of Workforce Solutions. For Fingercheck to successfully file your Unemployment Insurance tax filing (Form ES-903A) each quarter, we need to include those numbers for each employee.

To find your active Reporting Unit Numbers:

  • Log into the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions website.

  • Click Account Maintenance.

  • Click Maintain Employer Reporting Units.

  • The page that appears will contain a list of Active Reporting Units. If you only have 1 Reporting Unit Number for your entire company, be consistent and use that Reporting Unit Number for all your employees.

  • For more information, you can contact the agency via phone at 877-664-6984.

New Mexico Payroll Tax Details

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

Agency:

Taxation and Revenue Department

-Withholding Tax Payment: After Every Pay Run

-Withholding Tax Filing: Monthly

Workers' Compensation Administration

-Workers' Compensation Fee Form (WC-1): Quarterly

Department of Workforce Solutions

-Unemployment Insurance Tax Payment: Quarterly

-Employer's Quarterly Wage and Contribution Report (ES-903A): Quarterly

New Hires Directory

-New Hire Report: As Needed

-Oklahoma

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

Agency:

Oklahoma Tax Commission

-Oklahoma Withholding Tax Account ID: WTH-10000000-99 (3 letters and 10 numbers)

Oklahoma Employment Security Commission

-Oklahoma Employer Account Number: 00-0000000 (9 digits)

-Oklahoma Contribution Rate: X.X%

Oklahoma Account Numbers

-Oklahoma Withholding Tax Account ID

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must first register online with the Oklahoma Tax Commission before you can be assigned a specific Withholding Tax Account ID.

  • If you have registered with the Commission previously, you can locate your Withholding Tax Account ID on documents that were sent to you by the Tax Commission. As a possible alternative, you are also able to find your Withholding ID by going online to the Oklahoma Taxpayer Access Point and signing into your account. For more information, you can contact the Tax Commission via phone at (405) 521-3160.

-Oklahoma Employer Account Number and Tax Rate

  • If you are a new business starting for the first time, you must first register online via the Oklahoma Employer Security Commission’s website before you can receive a designated Employer Account Number and a Tax Rate.

  • If you have registered with the Security Commission already, you can locate your Account Number and Tax Rate on the Unemployment Insurance Rate Notice that the agency mails annually to employers. For more information, you can contact the Commission via phone at 405-557-7222 or by email at EzTaxExpress@oesc.state.ok.us.

Oklahoma Payroll Tax Details

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

Agency:

Oklahoma Tax Commission

-Withholding Payment Coupon (WTH 10004): After Every Pay Run

-Wage Withholding Tax Return (WTH 10001): Quarterly

-Transmittal of Wage and Tax Statements (OK W-3): Annually

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

Oklahoma Employment Security Commission

-Employer's Quarterly Contribution Report (OES-3): Quarterly

-New Hire Report: As Needed

-Texas

To be able to fully utilize Fingercheck’s all-in-one payroll services in Texas, you must provide your Texas Workplace Commission Tax Account Number (TWC Tax Account Number) and State Unemployment Insurance Rate (SUI Rate) in order to allow us to properly draft and file your state taxes.

Registering as a New Employer in Texas: Texas Workplace Commission Account Number

  • To obtain a TWC Account Number, you will need to go to the Texas Workforce Commission’s website and fill out the Unemployment Tax Registration form before you can be assigned a designated Account Number. If you would prefer to register over the phone, you can do so by contacting the agency via phone at 512-463-2731 or by email at tax.statussection@twc.state.tx.us.

-Locating your Texas Workplace Commission Account Number

  • To locate your Account Number, you can refer to any previously submitted quarterly tax filing, known as the Form C-3, to see your assigned TWC Tax Account Number. For more information, you can reach out to the Texas Workforce Commission via phone at 800-832-9394 or 512-463-2699, or via e-mail at tax.statussection@twc.state.tx.us or tax@twc.state.tx.us.

Texas SUI

To allow Fingercheck to accurately calculate your State Unemployment Insurance (SUI) tax amount, we require that you provide us with your SUI Rate. To confirm your rate:

  • Refer to the annual notice that you should have received from the TWC. Alternatively, you can contact the agency directly via phone at 512-305-8708 or via e-mail at taxexperience.rating@twc.state.tx.us.

Texas Third Party Authorization (TPA)

After setting up an account, Fingercheck will request TPA access to your state online account in order for us to handle tax payments and filings on your behalf. You will receive an email notification from the Texas Workforce Commision, asking if we have your permission to access your account. Follow the instructions, to approve our TPA request and grant us access.

Texas Payroll Tax Details

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

Agency:

Texas Workforce Commission (TWC)

-Employer’s Quarterly Report (C-3): Quarterly

-Unemployment Insurance Tax Payment: Quarterly

Child Support Division

-New Hire Report: Per New Employee

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