Like State income tax withholding, companies must determine where to pay State unemployment taxes for employees working in multiple states.
When an employee performs services all in one state, the employer pays unemployment taxes to that State. When the employee performs services in multiple States you must determine where to pay unemployment tax to. An incorrect determination can result in paying double taxes in some states while paying penalties and interest for failing to pay taxes in other states. This video reviews four factors to determine which state to pay, SUTA dumping, and quarterly wage requirements.
Debbie Cash, CPP
- Manager of TLM Implementation at G&A Partners
- Began working for the organization in 2006 as a Payroll Tax Specialist and Time and Attendance Specialist
- Promoted to Time/Labor Manager in 2021
- 30+ years of experience processing payroll and payroll taxes for various different companies and professions
- Worked as a Payroll Specialist at Missouri Southern State University from 1993 to March 2006
- Attended the International Tax Conference in Wisconsin and specialized in international tax for student visas
- Worked for Joplin R-8 School District processing payroll from 1990 to 1993
- Associate degree in accounting from MSSU in 1985 and a Bachelor's Degree in General Business from MSSU in 2006
- Can be contacted at [email protected] or 417-782-3909, ext. 148
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