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Business Reporting

Use our secure online system to:
  • Pay taxes
  • Report wages
  • Manage account information

Report your new hires

Idaho's New Hire reporting law requires employers to report new employees to the Idaho Department of Labor within 20 days of the date of hire.

 Report new hires

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Current tax
rate

The standard rate is established by law and can vary depending on economic conditions and the size of the employment security fund.

»  View current tax rate information

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Respond to
benefit claims

You can choose to be notified electronically when former employees file claims for unemployment insurance.

»  Read more about SIDES
and SIDES E-Response

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Help & resources
for employers

Locate and contact a tax rep, read the employer handbook on unemployment insurance and download required forms.

»  Get help with
unemployment insurance

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Report tax
fraud

Tax fraud depletes the trust fund and drives up unemployment insurance tax rates for businesses. Let us know if you suspect someone is committing fraud.

»  Fill out the online form

7 ways to lower your unemployment tax rate

It's easy. It saves money.
And everyone benefits.

Reporting new hires, paying taxes on time and keeping clear & consistent records are a few ways you can help reduce the rate.

LEARN THE 7 WAYS

eJobs

Build your talent with
eJobs.

Find out about hiring incentives, training reimbursement and job postings with the Idaho Department of Labor.

CONNECT WITH eJOBS

       


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