New Hampshire Payroll Tax Registration

As an employer in New Hampshire, it is crucial to understand and comply with the state's payroll tax registration requirements. This process involves registering with the New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration (DRA) to ensure proper withholding and remittance of payroll taxes on behalf of your employees.

How New Hampshire Payroll Registration Works

There is one payroll tax setup task you may need to complete in New Hampshire 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 New Hampshire agencies or use Mosey to do it.

Use Mosey to register for payroll tax in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire Unemployment Insurance Setup

Employers with New Hampshire employees must register with the New Hampshire Unemployment Compensation Program. Note: You will not be allowed to register more than 30 days in advance of your first date of employment.

  1. Register for a New Hampshire Unemployment Compensation Account

    Register online for a New Hampshire Unemployment Compensation Account. After you have completed the online registration you will be given a confirmation number. A Determination of Liability will then be mailed if applicable within seven to 10 days with your state account number.

  2. Configure Payroll with Your Unemployment Account Number

    Upon receipt, provide your Unemployment Account Number to your payroll provider.

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