If your state has a simple income tax reporting form or no income tax reporting form, then you will have an unemployment form similar to Part I of the Georgia “Employer’s Quarterly Tax and Wage Report.”
As mentioned previously, states must maintain quarterly records of every employee’s earnings. These records are used to determine unemployment benefits if the employee is laid off or fired. Calculating state unemployment tax isn’t that difficult using the quarterly worksheet we developed.
The basic information states need for each individual is the name, Social Security number, and total quarterly wages. Other information may be required in some states. For example, the number of weeks worked is required to determine eligibility ...