For The Purpose Of Paying Unemployment Taxes, How Do I Know If I Fit The Definition Of "Employer"?

An employer is an individual or employing unit that 1) employs one or more individuals for some portion of the day in each of 20 different weeks, or 2) pays total wages greater than or equal to $1,500 in any calendar quarter in either the current or preceding calendar year. Different criteria do apply when an individual or employing unit is a crew leader or employs individuals in agricultural labor or domestic labor.

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