Kansas Employers Urged to Pay Second Quarter Taxes in Full and on Time
When HB 2676 was enacted earlier this year, it gave employers a 90 day grace period
for making their unemployment tax payments without accruing interest for the first,
second and third quarters of 2010 and 2011.
What Employers Need to Know
Employers should be cautioned that taking advantage of this grace period for the second
quarter of 2010 payment could have a detrimental affect on their 2011 tax rate assignment.
Any payments made after July 31, 2010 will NOT be included in the account balance
used to calculate the 2011 tax rate. A lower account balance could result in a higher
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