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Re: unemployment

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02-17-2013 13:10:27

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Where they can get you is if you had employees prior to the quarter in question you still might have to file your quarterly report showing zero wages paid. If you don't file the reports even though you don't pay out any wages you can sometimes be on the hook for UI taxes or penalties.

I had to file the quarterly reports (according to my accountant) even though I didn't have any employees. After several quarters of reporting zero wages the UI dept called an told me I didn't have to file the quarterly reports anymore unless I started paying wages to employees. I told em to put it in writing. He laughed and said ok. Got the letter shortly after.
The OP doesn't owe the former employee. The UI TAX is paid to the state.

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02-18-2013 04:58:53

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 Re: unemployment in reply to Pops1532, 02-17-2013 13:10:27  
I did file the quarterly report for the next quarter with 0 wages paid and sent them 6 or 8 letters explaining the situation. I finally gave up and decided I was going to spend more in postage trying to resolving the situation than the tax was. They annually send me a bill which goes straight into the trash. There's nothing more I can do.

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02-18-2013 21:21:26

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 Re: unemployment in reply to Stephen Newell, 02-18-2013 04:58:53  
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I knew a contractor that kept getting billed for back UI contributions. He'd send a check. A few months later he'd get a bill for another quarter. he paid it. Then he'd get another bill. He called and said he'd pay whatever he rightfully owed but he wanted it on one billing so he could get it out of the way. They said ok. They still billed him every few months for different quarters from different years. He called every time and said just send him a final bill so he could get it out of the way. They said ok. Then they kept on like they had been. He finally had enough. He received another bill. He wrote "refused" on the envelope and put it back in the mail. He never got another bill from them.

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