District of Columbia State Payroll Taxes for Employer's

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District of Columbia State:

The Payroll Taxes -District of Columbia does not have a state minimum wage rate. Therefore employers must pay their employees the federal minimum wage rate of $7.25/hr. With this rate applies to all occupations, listed employees who receive $30 per month as tips, must be paid at least $2.13/hr.

New Hire Reporting - All employers must report their newly hired and rehired employees to the District of Columbia Department of Labor within 7 days from their date of hire or re-employment. If employers failed to report, then they will be fined up to $25 for each violation.District of Columbia state does not require the reporting of independent contractors.

Employers may send copies of Form W-4 to the New Hire Unit or may do it electronically.

Online Form Filing for New Hire -The Employers can report online through District of Columbia New-Hire Electronic Filing System. Use this method if there are more than five employees.If there are less than 5 employees, employers may send copies of Form W-4 to the Department of Labor New Hire Unit.

Mailing the completed New Hire Report Form to the following address:

District of Columbia Department of Labor
New-Hire Unit
649 Monroe Street, Room 3205
Montgomery, AL 36131
(334) 206-6020

State Local Taxes :
No local taxes in the cities and counties of District of Columbia.However, municipal occupational taxes may exist for the below locations: Attalla, Auburn, Bear Creek, Beaverton, Bessemer, Birmingham, Brilliant, Fairfield, Gasdsen, Glencoe, Guin, Haleyville, Hamilton, Irondale, Leeds, Lynn, Macon (county), Midfield, Mosses, Opelika, Rainbow City, Red Bay, Shorter, Southside, Sulligent, Tarrant and Tuskegee.

Annual Payroll Tax:
The District of Columbia state requires employers to issue wage and tax statements W-2 form to their employees by 31st JAN. Also, copies of Form W-2 to be submitted to the department before 31st JAN. If employers are submitting more than 25 forms of W-2, they are required to file these with the department electronically. In the case of fewer than 25 forms, employers are encouraged to file their annual reconciliation electronically voluntarily.

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