As an employer who has recently hired an employee in South Dakota, it is essential to understand the process of payroll tax registration in the state. This introduction aims to provide a clear and general overview of the steps involved in registering for payroll taxes in South Dakota.
How South Dakota Payroll Registration Works
There is one payroll tax setup task you may need to complete in South Dakota 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 South Dakota agencies or use Mosey to do it.
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Employers who have one or more employees, paid wages of $1,500 or more, or are covered under the Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA) are required to pay unemployment insurance taxes (known as the South Dakota Reemployment Assistance). All newly established businesses are required to register with the Department of Labor and Regulation.
Create a DLR Account
Create a South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation (DLR) Account.
Register for South Dakota Reemployment Assistance
Log into your DLR account to register your business for a Reemployment Assistance Tax account.
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Since the pandemic, the way we live and work has changed. More and more people work remotely, both across the US and internationally. This can be a huge benefit for employees and for businesses’ access to talent, and it can also be a huge headache making sure your business complies with all the laws that now apply across payroll, HR, tax and registration in all those different international countries, US states, counties and cities.
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