- Human Resources
- Employee Management
- Insurance & Benefits
You'll need to sign up as a new employer to register with the state before physically conducting business there. Before doing so, here are some things you'll like need handy:
Note: If you have employees working in multiple states, you must register with each state individually.
Refer to the table below to view the business registration requirements and associated registration links for your state. Note that these can be a combined registration link or have two different requirements for unemployment and tax withholding (if required by the state). Most states provide the ability to register online right from your computer - if there is no online option, you must submit a traditional paper form.
|Alaska||State Has No Withholding||Register|
|Florida||State Has No Withholding||Register|
|Nebraska||Register / Paper Download||Register|
|Nevada||State Has No Withholding||Register|
|New Hampshire||State Has No Withholding||Paper Only: Download|
|New Jersey||Register||Combined Registration|
|New York||Register||Combined Registration|
|Rhode Island||Register||Combined Registration|
|South Carolina||Register||Combined Registration|
|South Dakota||State Has No Withholding||Register|
|Tennessee||State Has No Withholding||Paper Only: Download|
|Texas||State Has No Withholding||Register|
|Vermont||Register / Paper Download||Register|
|Washington||State Has No Withholding||Register|
|West Virginia||Register||Combined Registration|
|Wyoming||State Has No Withholding||Register|
*New businesses typically do not need an FEIN until after registering with the state. Once you finish your state requirements below, you can apply for an FEIN with the IRS. Apply for a FEIN here.
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