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Oct 18, 2016

Looking for withholding requirements and more for the state of Indiana?

Withholding Requirements 
Register as an employer by filing Form BT-1 (Business Tax Application):
Employee's Withholding Exemption and County Status Certificate: WH-4.
Withholding Method = Withhold at 3.3% for 2016.
Supplemental Rate = Withhold at 3.3% for 2016.

Local Taxes
For a complete list of county tax rates for residents and non-residents, please click here.

State Tax Unemployment Insurance 
Report quarterly wages and contributions by filing Form UC-5X (Quarterly Payroll Report) and Form UC-1X (Quarterly Contribution Report) by last day of month following end of quarter.
Wage Base is $9,500 for 2016.
Contribution rates range from .505% to 7.474%
New employers use 2.50% for 2016.
Contribution rate Schedule A
Rates do not include the Skills Training Assessment of 0.09%.
Wage base is $9,000 for 2016.

State Disability Insurance 

State Labor Laws
Minimum Wage - The Federal minimum wage applies
Termination Pay - Fired/Quit - next regular payday.

New Hire Reporting 
Employers must report hiring, rehiring, and return to work within 20 days on Form W-4 (Employees Withholding Allowance Certificate) online by clicking here or to:
Indiana New Hire Center
P O Box 55097
Indianapolis, IN 46205
317-612-3028 (Indianapolis)
1-866-879-0198 (toll free)
1-800-408-1388(toll free fax)

Child Support 
NOTE: The following form must be used when sending employee withholding payments by check.
Employer Remittance Coupon
Indiana State Centralized Collection Unit
PO Box 6219
Indianapolis, IN 46206-6219
To report online, click here.

Reciprocal States 
Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin.

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