“NEW” EMPLOYER WEBSITE

Posted on Feb 5, 2019 in Main, News

ALL QUARTERLY TAX REPORTS AND PAYMENTS MUST BE SUBMITTED ON THE NEW EMPLOYER WEBSITE AS OF

January 1, 2020

To create your online profile or to login at:
http://uiclaims.hawaii.gov

To view or download a step-by-step guide at:
https://labor.hawaii.gov/ui/files/2019/02/REVISED-ISP-.pdf

Hawaii employers are required to file quarterly unemployment insurance tax reports on the new and interactive Employer Website. Filing your quarterly wage reports online saves taxpayer dollars and results in greater accuracy when calculating taxes due.

THE EMPLOYER WEB APPLICATION ALLOWS YOU TO:

»  File quarterly tax reports                                     »  View past and present account reports

»  Upload quarterly employee wage reports         »  Make payments by ACH debit *

»  Manage contact information                                »  Check your tax rate

»  View benefit charges                                              »  Receive electronic notifications

»  File forms

Business owners (corporate officer, partners, members, or sole proprietors) are required to create an online profile on the NEW Employer Web Application.

EMPLOYERS THAT USE PAYROLL TAX FILING SERVICE OR A THIRD-PARTY SERVICE

You must complete each of these steps so your payroll provider can file your reports and pay on your behalf:

  1. Create your own online account in UI’s new website: http://uiclaims.hawaii.gov.
  2. Notify your third-party representative once your online account has been established so they can request access to your account. You will receive an email notifying you of a pending request from your third-party representative.
  3. Log-in to your online account.
  4. Accept them as your service provider AND assign them “Rights” for them to act on your behalf.

For instance, to file and pay, you must assign:

  • Enter Quarterly Wage Data – Enter the employee data;
  • Submit Quarterly Wage Data – Submit employee data; and
  • Payment – Make online payments.

*ACH debit block information:  If you use debit block, you must communicate with your bank to authorize Unemployment Insurance (UI) payments by providing UI’s ACH company ID and name.  If you don’t, your bank may reject the payment and you may be assessed penalty and interest.

ACH Company ID: 7990303111     Company Name: Hawaii DLIR UI

To create your online profile or to login at:
http://uiclaims.hawaii.gov

To view or download a step-by-step guide at:
https://labor.hawaii.gov/ui/files/2019/02/REVISED-ISP-.pdf

 

“NEW” Employer Website

Posted on Feb 5, 2019 in

http://uiclaims.hawaii.gov

 

The Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, Unemployment Insurance Division has launched a “New and Interactive” Employer Web Application.  It’s a one-stop, self-service web application which provides employers with online access to their UI account information such as their tax rates and reporting history.  Employers will be able to report quarterly wage data and make contribution payments, request for direct deposit of refunds, complete online forms, and much more.

 New Features:

  • Apply online for a UI Account Number with upfront verification
  • Create an Online Profile to register for the New Employer Web Application
    • Manage your own online profile information – such as email address and phone number
  • Authorize multiple users including Administrative Staff, CPA, or a Service Company to act on your behalf
    • Manage all user’s access rights
  • File Quarterly Wage and Contribution Reports
  • Pay Contributions through ACH Debit
  • Check your UI tax rate, wage base, tax schedule, and balance due or credit balance
  • Request a Credit Refund by Direct Deposit
  • View Account History – previous reports filed, payments made, tax rate history
  • File forms to manage your account

To create your online profile, go to: http://uiclaims.hawaii.gov

To view or download the user guide:

https://labor.hawaii.gov/ui/files/2019/02/ISP-.pdf

https://labor.hawaii.gov/ui/files/2019/02/REVISED-ISP-.pdf 

Instructions for filing form UC-348:

http://labor.hawaii.gov/ui/instructions-for-submitting-uc-348-form/