As An Employer, What Are My Responsibilities For Tax And Wage Reporting?

Each calendar quarter, all employers, other than domestic employers, subject to the provisions of the Unemployment Compensation Law are required to file the “Employer’s Quarterly Report” (Form NJ­927) and “Employer Report of Wages Paid” (Form WR­30). Both the Form NJ­927 and WR­30 must be submitted for the quarters ending

March 31, June 30, September 30 and December 31 of each year. Reports and tax contributions due must be filed by no later than the 30th day of the month immediately following the quarter. The due dates for reports and tax contributions are April 30, July 30, October 30 and January 30. Domestic employers who only employ household workers will file Forms WR­30 and NJ­927 on an annual basis.

The New Jersey Division of Revenue now offers payroll services the option of filing their customers’ “Employer’s Quarterly Report” magnetically. If you are interested in filing the Employer’s Quarterly Reports magnetically, please contact the Division of Revenue ­ Alternate Filing Branch at: (609)292­1730 or click here to visit the Division of Revenue ­ Alternate Filing Branch page.

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