What Is A Reimbursing Employer (Not-For-Profit And Government Entities)?

Reimbursing employers are employers who are required to reimburse the department dollar for dollar for their proportionate share of benefits paid to a former employee. Governmental and nonprofit employers (employers qualifying under Section 501(c)(3) of Internal Revenue Code) have the option of electing to become reimbursing employers rather than premium paying employers.

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