Do you know what important financial information your Form UC-54A contains?
As more employers deal with unemployment issues and the tax consequences of layoffs, discharges, part-time schedules, and Connecticut’s Shared Work Program, it’s vital to understand the state’s merit rating and unemployment insurance tax system.Join us to learn more about Form UC-54A, the annual information notice disclosing your company’s unemployment tax rate for the current calendar year. Bring your notice to this workshop where Connecticut Department of Labor experts will:Clearly explain how your payroll and unemployment claims data is used to calculate your unemployment taxReview the significance of other unemployment claim and tax formsIdentify critical timing issues, such as deadlines and common errorsSpeakersRichard Siegel, Unemployment Tax Management Corporation (UTMC)Daryle Dudzinski, Operational Support Manager, Unemployment Insurance Operations, Connecticut Department of LaborTune to WFSB Channel 3 or WTIC 1080 for cancellations due to inclement weather.
CBIA Member (CT Sales Tax: $8.19) 145.73
Non Member (CT Sales Tax: $10.48) 186.12