Unemployment Tax Services
- Submit Quarterly Wage Reports. Submit quarterly wage reports (up to 1,000 employees), using one of three options for providing
wage details: file upload, use the last wage report to pre-populate employee information, and manual entry. Submit a No
Wages report when an employer didn't pay any wages in the quarter. Internet Wage Report Filing FAQ provides more information.
- Pay Unemployment Tax. 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.
Unemployment Tax Payments FAQ provides more information.
- View Tax Account Information. Employers can view their statement of account, chargeback details, current tax rate, quarterly
wage report history, payment history, and the tax account profile.
- Request Forms. Employers can request their tax rate notice, required workplace posters, and certification to the IRS of the
wages reported to TWC.
- Submit Domestic Employer's Annual Report. Domestic-only employers, who have elected to file annually, can report wages and pay
- Adjust Previously Filed Wage Reports. Amend employee name, wages or Social Security Numbers that were reported
- Update Address. Update phone number, mailing and payroll addresses.
- Wage Record File Upload. Upload employee wage details from a file (a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet or a comma-separated file).
- Save As Incomplete. Save an in-progress report and complete it later.
- Increased Employee Reporting Limit. Report up to 1,000 employees.
- Sort by Employee Information. Employee lists can be sorted by Social Security Number or Name.
- View Tax Account Activity. Employers and their authorized agents will be able to view the account activity for the
employer's unemployment tax account.
- Update Tax Account. Employers and their authorized agents will be able to close or reopen the employer's unemployment tax
account, or add a Federal Entity Identification Number (F.E.I.N.).
- Taxable Wages Calculation. The system calculates the taxable wages for each employee for the quarter being reported, based
on their Social Security Number.
- Social Security Numbers Required. Each employee wage record must have a valid Social Security Number, to allow taxable wages
to be calculated. Each Social Security Number must be unique to that quarterly wage report.