After You Place a CorpNet Order

The breakdown of the process an order goes through from start to finish, along with who is responsible each step along the way.

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Written by Gina Schrandt
Updated over a week ago

Fingercheck has partnered with CorpNet to help your business register for your state tax account, saving you time in researching state requirements, filing paperwork, and dealing with your state’s administration office. In cooperation with Fingercheck, CorpNet can quickly register your new business for state payroll taxes. CorpNet’s specialists manage the process of registering your new business for State Unemployment Insurance Tax (SUI) and State Income Tax (SIT), allowing you to pay your employees quickly. Learn more about registering for state tax IDs here.


Order Process

Step 1: Place an order with CorpNet through the Fingercheck website

You’ll start by answering some questions in the Employer Tax Registration Ordering process on the CorpNet website.

Step 2: CorpNet receives your order & submits the application to the state

Once CorpNet receives your employer tax registration information, it will work with you to obtain any additional information needed. Then CorpNet will submit your application to the appropriate agencies. Once the submission is complete, some agencies will provide your account numbers and rates immediately. If this is not the case, CorpNet will notify you via email of how you can expect this information.

Step 3: Add your Tax Registration info to your Fingercheck account

Once the state agencies have completed processing your request, you will either receive your account number and rates via the CorpNet portal or the state agency will send you your information directly. You will then be required to input your state tax information into your Fingercheck account.

Step 4: Run payroll

With your tax information inputted into your Fingercheck account, you should be set up to run payroll. Fingercheck will assist you in running payroll and filling out employer quarterly returns.

If you wish to cancel your order please contact CorpNet at 1.888.449.2638


Order Status and Codes

Once you have placed your order with CorpNet, you can check the status of your order on their website. You will see a status code and a message detailing the status of your order. Below is a complete list of order statuses that CorpNet uses to identify the progress of a Tax Registration order.

Order Received

1000 – New Order – Payment Processed

Who: CorpNet

What: A payment has been processed for a new order.


Reviewing Information

1500 – Editing – Order Approved

Who: CorpNet

What: The order is in editing status and is being reviewed by a CorpNet agent.

2050 – Order Info Updated – Go to Processing – CA Tax Reg

Who: CorpNet

What: This status means a client has sent the requested information back to CorpNet and alerts an agent to review the provided information.

2720 – 49 State Tax Reg – RFI Received – Review In Process

Who: CorpNet

What: When a client uploads a finished document into their portal, an application will automatically move into this status, indicating that a CorpNet agent needs to finish the review.


Document Processing

2000 - Order Confirmed - Go to Processing

Who: CorpNet

What: This status sends a confirmation email to the client when a non-API order is placed.

2010 - Order Confirmed - Go to Processing - CA Tax Reg

Who: CorpNet

What: This status sends a confirmation email to the client when a California Tax Registration API order is placed.

2020 – Order Confirmed – Go to Processing – 49 State Tax Reg

Who: CorpNet

What: This status sends a confirmation email to the client when a 49 State Tax Registration API order is placed.

2730 49 State Tax Reg – RFI Review Complete – Submission in Process

Who: CorpNet

What: This order has been moved to the queue to be processed and should be ready in 1-2 business days.


On Hold

2150 – Client Action Required – Send link to CA Tax Reg. Form Email 1

Who: Client

What: This status sends an automated email to the client to collect information for the initial online California tax registration questionnaire. Order status 2150 is specific to California orders.

2160 – Client Action Required – Send Link to CA Tax Reg Form Email 2 - Missing Information

Who: Client

What: An email is sent to the client to let them know information is still missing from the initial online questionnaire for California tax registration orders.

2700 – Client Action Required - Emailed Client RFI

Who: Client

What: This status sends an email to the client requesting additional information, which they can download from their portal. This email will prompt the client to download and fill out the RFI.

2740 - RFI Incomplete - Client Action Required - Missing Information

Who: Client

What: An order is moved to status 2740 if a returned RFI is still missing information. An email will be sent to the client to complete the highlighted missing information.

2750 – Submission in Process – Supplemental Info Required

Who: Client

What: This status is used when the information being passed over is not sufficient to complete the order. A CorpNet agent will then email the client to collect the needed data.

2760 – Submission in Process – Need Client Assistance

Who: Client

What: An order is moved to status 2760 when the client is sent information directly from the state. An automated email will be sent to the client when the status changes, requesting that the information be forwarded to CorpNet so the agent can proceed with the application. For example, email verification is needed.

2761 – On-Hold – CorpNet Conflicting Account

Who: Client

What: An order is moved to this status when an agent attempts to create a state account for the client but the email or EIN (Employer Identification Number) provided is already being used by another account. If this occurs, the agent will reach out to the client to try to resolve the issue.

2770 – Submission In Process – Need Client Signature

Who: Client

What: An application is moved into this status when a state requires a physical signature or e-signature on a paper application. The client will receive a link to download this document from the CorpNet portal.

2775 – Submission in Process – On Hold Awaiting Future Payroll Date

Who: CorpNet

What: If a future payroll date is provided on the application, it will be moved to this status to delay the completion until the closest calendar quarter the payroll date falls in. The client will receive an email confirming this and can call us to change the date if desired.

8050 – Client Action Required – Issue with State Requirements

Who: Client

What: If an order is moved to this status, then there was an issue completing the client's registration, and additional information is needed in order to resolve the issue with the state.

8150 – Client Action Required – Special Use Case – CA Tax Reg

Who: Client

What: This is a general status used when a California API order requires unique information that is outside of the typical needs of a California registration.

8200 – On Hold by CorpNet

Who: CorpNet

What: This status is used for orders placed on hold by CorpNet agents for any general reason. For example, the agent is actively working on a solution with the client to fix an issue.

8300 – On Hold by Client

Who: Client

What: This status is used when the client requests to put the order on hold for any general reason.

8400 – On Hold – Pending Formation

Who: CorpNet

What: This status is used when a business must first be formed or qualified in a state before the tax registration application can be completed.

8900 – On Hold by CorpNet – Client Unresponsive

Who: Client

What: An order is moved to this status when a client has been unresponsive for two quarters, despite multiple efforts by CorpNet to reach the client.


Order Complete

2780 – Order Complete – Immediate Feedback Received

Who: CorpNet

What: This status indicates that all the tax registrations for this order in the state have been applied for and CorpNet has received all the tax registration information (account numbers and rates) required to be shared with a payroll provider. An automated email is sent to the client, notifying them that the appropriate accounts have been created and they can now access their information through the CorpNet portal. CorpNet shares account information via the API.

2781 – Order Complete – Partial Info Received

Who: Client

What: This status indicates that all the tax registrations for this order in the state have been applied for and CorpNet has received some of the tax registration information. An automated email is sent to the client, notifying them that the appropriate accounts have been created and they can now access their information through the CorpNet portal. CorpNet shares account information via the API. The client's portal contains information about how the state will send the remaining account information.

2782 – Order Complete – Online Submission Complete – No Feedback Received

Who: Client

What: This status indicates that all the tax registrations for this order in the state have been applied for and CorpNet has received no tax registration information (account numbers and rates). An automated email is sent to the client, notifying them that the appropriate accounts have been created and they can now access their information through the CorpNet portal. In this instance, they will not be able to retrieve account numbers and rates, but any account-related information like usernames and passwords can still be found in the portal. The client's portal contains information about how the state will send the remaining account information.

2784 – Order Complete – Paper Submission complete - No Feedback Received

Who: Client

What: If a paper filing has been submitted to the state, this status will be used to trigger an automated email notifying the client that a paper application was submitted, and the state will be sending their account information to them directly, typically by mail.

2795 – API Order - Order Complete – Refund requested

Who: CorpNet

What: This is used when an order has been completed but the client would like a refund initiated.

7110 – Final Package Complete (Paperless)

Who: CorpNet

What: This status indicates that all the California tax registrations for this order have been applied for and CorpNet has received all the tax registration information (account numbers and rates) required to be shared with a payroll provider. An automated email is sent to the client, notifying them that the appropriate accounts have been created and they can now access their information through the CorpNet portal. CorpNet shares account information via the API.

7200 – Order Complete – No Shipping – No Email

Who: CorpNet

What: This status is used to add additional tax registrations or any additional fees to a tax registration order. This is needed for various reasons, but it’s primarily used when local filings are required in states like Colorado and Pennsylvania.


Submitted to State

2779 – Application Submitted to State – Waiting for Approval

Who: CorpNet

What: The application was submitted, but approval has not yet been sent from the state. CorpNet will check back with the state to obtain the account numbers and fetch the data before moving it to an order compete status.

4000 – Docs Sent to State – Awaiting State Approval

Who: CorpNet

What: The application was submitted to the state of California but has not been approved yet. CorpNet will check back with the state to obtain the account numbers and fetch the data before moving it to an order compete status.


Order Canceled

9200 – Canceled by CorpNet

Who: CorpNet

What: This status is used when an order is canceled by CorpNet.

9210 – Canceled by Client

Who: Client

What: This status is used when an order is canceled based on client direction.

9220 – Canceled by Sales – Duplicate Order

Who: CorpNet

What: This status is used when an account representative cancels the order because an existing order is present.

9240 – Canceled by CorpNet – Client Unresponsive

Who: Client

What: This status is used when CorpNet cancels an order due to the client being unresponsive for a substantial amount of time.


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