NEW JERSEY TO ISSUE PAPER UNEMPLOYMENT TAX RATE NOTICES
New Jersey has made the decision to issue paper tax rate notices again this year.
As reported previously they originally were only going to have the 2012/2013 tax rate
notices available on their TWES on-line system. Apparently there have been many
employers complaining about stability issues with that system and their ability to
get to their tax rate notice, thus the decision to mail the notices. The notices
will be mailed to employers starting this week. The deadline for making a voluntary
contribution or protesting the rate will be extended to 30 days from the issuance
of the paper rate notice. TALX has received an electronic file of the rate notices
for all of our clients and they have already been sent to clients with the voluntary
contribution recommendation. If you receive the paper rate notice in the
mail, there is no need to forward it to TALX unless you have not already received
it from us.
Employer Tax Services
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