MD DLLR/OUI 15 is the state’s unemployment insurance quarterly contribution report. The worksheet tracks the taxable wages for that quarter through the employees’ SSN and name. It creates important documentation and record keeping for you and for the state for meeting your UI obligations. Looking for a landing spot for all of Maryland’s unemployment insurance information? Check out this state resource for available forms and publications, but you should also know that you won’t be able to find Form DLLR/OUI 15 online.
Maryland Unemployment Insurance Quarterly Contribution Report and Tax Rates
More than just filling out and filing your Maryland unemployment insurance quarterly contribution report, you need to know the actual cost of your UI. To this end, it’s essential that you know the unemployment insurance tax rate for your business. New Maryland-based businesses typically enjoy the lowest rates, while your future-year rates are determined by some combination of your business history and the Division of Unemployment Insurance’s solvency calculation for UI Trust Fund. In 2017, for example, the tax rate was 2.6 percent for new Maryland businesses and between 3-7.5 percent for all other businesses. Notably, the rate for new construction employers headquartered in another state is 6.6 percent. The taxable wage base is $8,500.
How to File Form DLLR/OUI 15, 16, & 21
The old E-Wage filing isn’t used anymore, but you still need to electronically file these forms electronically. This e-filing is the big reason that you can’t find Form DLLR/OUI 15 online. The state doesn’t want a bunch of invalid paper forms mailed into its office. Instead, state employers with fewer than 5,000 employees can enroll in the state’s WebTax system for. Larger employers can also submit their wage report files through the secure FTP site with System Testing underway and full implementation by November 2018.
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AMS Payroll offers support for filing your Maryland unemployment insurance quarterly contribution report and OUI 15/16/21 forms. You can also get basic form preparation and information printing for your MW forms on paper copies with our Forms Filer Plus. This essential state filing support is available in addition to versatile and user-friendly software for your federal payroll calculations and reporting needs.
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The Maryland unemployment insurance quarterly contribution report is only one of the obligations with which state employers must comply. You’ll also need to calculate, prepare, file, and deposit your employees’ state income tax withholding—not to mention all the calculations, forms, and deposit schedules that go along with federal payroll taxes and filing regulations.
To take care of all of these obligations, you need a versatile yet intuitive software solution. And this is where AMS Payroll Software comes in. Along with our W-2/1099 Forms Filer, this system provides automated payroll calculations—for federal, state, and local taxes. Reporting forms are easy to navigate and file. The information is also tracked and aggregated throughout the year with easy data transfers to end-of-year filing forms. It creates numerous options for paychecks and direct deposit processing. Best of all, you can get this comprehensive payroll solution at a great price. Instead of monthly subscription fees that add up quickly, our software is good for the entire tax year. It’s time to implement an effective and cost-effective payroll software system for your Maryland business.