Congratulations on hiring a new employee in Iowa! As an employer in the state, it is important to understand that you are required to register for payroll taxes with the appropriate state agency to comply with Iowa's tax regulations.
How Iowa Payroll Registration Works
There are 2 payroll tax setup tasks you may need to complete in Iowa to get your new hire on payroll for the first time. You can follow the guide below to help you get registered directly with the Iowa agencies or use Mosey to do it.
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If you have employees in Iowa and are a private for-profit employer you must register with the Iowa Workforce Development for an Unemployment Tax account. You will receive your employer account number when your liability status is established. New employers are assigned the rate from rank 12 of the table in effect or 1% percent, whichever is higher.
Create a myIowaUI Account
Visit myIowaUI and select “Create ID” to create a myIowaUI online account.
Register for an Unemployment Tax Account
Log into your myIowaUI account to complete the steps to register for an Unemployment Tax account.
Add Unemployment Tax to your Payroll Provider
Once you have your Employer Account Number and Unemployment Insurance tax rate, add them to your payroll provider.
Request ACH Number
If your payroll provider requires an "ACH number" in Iowa, complete and submit the Application for ACH Credit Transfer (Form 53-0110).
Iowa Withholding Tax Setup
If you have employees in Iowa you must register for a withholding tax account with the Iowa Department of Revenue.
Create a GovConnectIowa Account
Visit GovConnectIowa and select "Create a Logon" to use the portal.
Register for a Withholding Tax Account
Visit GovConnectIowa and select "Register for New Business (Requires Logon)" to register for a withholding tax account.
Add Withholding Information to Your Payroll Provider
After receiving your account number and withholding schedule, add them to your payroll provider.
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