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  • Importing wage files in EAMS for Single Filers

    Importing wage files in EAMS for Single Filers Notes These file specifications do not apply to Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML) wage reporting. Details about PFML employer requirements and processes can be found on the PFML website. Do not submit Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) codes unless you use Employer Account Management Services (EAMS) for Single Filers. Data file formats we accept EAMS for Single Filers...

  • EAMS Locked Services

    Requesting locked services in EAMS Screen-by-screen instructions Employees of the Business or Tax Preparers At the 'Available Services' screen, select your business. Under the 'Administrative menu', choose 'Request access to locked services.' From the 'Business Owner/Officer' screen select 'No' if the role doesn’t apply and select 'next.' At the 'Authorization Role' screen, select 'Employee of the business', '3rd party...

  • About EAMS

    About Employer Account Management Services (EAMS) EAMS is a secure online option for filing quarterly wage reports and paying unemployment-insurance taxes. We recommend EAMS as an all-in-one option for submitting wage reports, paying taxes and managing your account with us. IMPORTANT: When setting up EAMS, be sure to enroll in locked services. You'll need locked services to access all of the features listed. Please note: The Employment Security...

  • About the *NEW* EAMS for single filers

    About the *New* Employer Account Management System (EAMS) for single filers EAMS for single filers is a secure online option for filing quarterly unemployment tax and wage reports and paying unemployment-insurance taxes for single employers, as opposed to an accounting firm or business services company that files for many employers at once. This new system replaces the UIWeb Tax system. Please note: We offer two versions of EAMS. If you used EAMS prior to the...

  • About SOC

    NEW SOC code reporting required   In 2019, the Washington State Legislature passed a law requiring employers to report SOC codes in their quarterly reports for unemployment insurance.   What are SOC codes? SOC stands for Standard Occupational Classification. It’s a federal coding system that helps government agencies and private businesses compare occupational data. This data is used by: Government program managers. Industry and labor relations specialists....

  • Bulk filing in EAMS

    Bulk filing in EAMS Bulk filing (formerly referred to as ICESA Washington Reporting) is for employers or their agents who prepare quarterly reports for a large number of clients and submit them in a single file. Bulk filing is recommended for employers who report more than 5,000 wage records. Benefits of bulk filing with EAMS Bulk file upload (ICESA): Upload a test or production file and receive instant validation results and confirmation. Amend quarterly reports: Amend a previously...

  • Corporate officers FAQ

    Reporting corporate officers Jump to: Section 1: The law on unemployment-insurance coverage for corporate officers Section 2: Coverage Section 3: Non-coverage Section 4: Affected businesses Section 5: Voluntary Election Form Section 6: Unemployment taxes Section 7: Reporting covered corporate officers Section 8: Denial, cancellation and termination of voluntary coverage Section 9: Reinstatement of coverage Section 10: Benefits Section 11...

  • Amending a tax report

    Amending a previously filed tax and wage report You can amend previously filed quarterly reports electronically or by sending a paper report. To file electronicallyUse Employer Account Management Services (EAMS) To file a paper reportDownload and print an Amended tax and wage report form (Form 5208D) (PDF, 138KB) Fax completed form to 800-794-7657 or mail to:  Employment Security DepartmentUI Tax and Wage AdministrationP.O. Box 9046Olympia, WA 98507-9046  &#160...

  • Filing a no payroll report

    Filing a no payroll report All employers must file a tax and wage report every quarter, including employers who have no payroll for a given quarter. You can file a no-payroll report using Employer Account Management Services (EAMS).  Note: If you do not file a tax report each quarter, you will have to pay a penalty.  &#160...

  • Unemployment tax rates FAQ

    Unemployment tax rates FAQ Q. How are employers' unemployment-insurance tax rates calculated?A. Unemployment taxes in Washington are calculated using a formula that is written into state law. We do not have independent authority to adjust the rates. There are two components of the state unemployment tax. The first component of the tax rate is the experience-based tax, which is based on the amount of unemployment benefits paid to former employees over the past four years. There...

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