Unemployment Tax Services
|For Wages Paid During||Calendar Qtr. Ends||Due||Must be Filed By|
|Jan, Feb, Mar||March 31||April 1||April 30|
|Apr, May, Jun||June 30||July 1||July 31|
|Jul, Aug, Sep||September 30||October 1||October 31|
|Oct, Nov, Dec||December 31||January 1||January 31|
Due Dates for Annual Domestic Employer's Annual Report:
Quarterly reports become due on January 1 and are required to be reported no later than January 31 with respect to wages for employment paid in the preceding calendar year.Back to Top
Yes, submitted wage reports are available for viewing via the Report Filing tab in the Unemployment Tax Services system.Back to Top
To correct a quarterly wage report that has been submitted, you must file a wage adjustment
report. Corrections or adjustments can be filed online or by submitting Adjustment Report forms.
File an online wage adjustment report by logging on to Unemployment Tax Services, select the Report Filing (C3) tab, select the Wage Adjustment Report link, and then select the quarter report period to be adjusted.
Payments can be made using the Automated Clearing House (ACH) debit method, credit card, or check. ACH debit payments can be scheduled in advance of the actual payment date. Credit card payments can be made using American Express, Discover, MasterCard or Visa. A remittance form is also available, if the employer prefers to pay by check. ACH debit and check payment methods are provided free of charge. Internet Unemployment Tax Payments FAQ provides more information.Back to Top
As an online filer, it is recommended that you do not submit a duplicate paper copy of your online report at any time. Including a copy of the electronic report you submitted may cause your report to be posted twice. If you choose to remit a paper check instead of paying online, simply enter your 9 digit TWC account number on your check or download the Payment Voucher from the TWC Tax Forms and Instructions page and submit it along with your check.Back to Top
The Unemployment Tax Services system is taken offline for a short period of time each evening to upload the data collected that day, as we are required by law to process the data on a daily basis. We schedule the downtime late in the evening, when the transaction volume is at its lowest. The expected downtime is only a few minutes but the time varies depending on the number of transactions being uploaded. When you get the "system unavailable" message, wait a few minutes before trying to use the system again.
Employers are encouraged to file and pay online before the due date to ensure that their entries are on time. Late reports and payments may result in interest and payment penalties.
You can contact the employer's TWC Accounts Examiner. You can find the employer's assigned Accounts Examiner by accessing the Account Info tab in the Unemployment Tax Services system.Back to Top