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  2022 EMPLOYER QUARTERLY FILINGS: DETR is working with the Legislative Commission on adopting the regulations that will finalize the rates for calendar year 2022 and will begin accepting and processing the quarterly filing submissions for calendar year 2022 once the regulations have been adopted.
  Pandemic Benefit Charging Relief. Nevada regulation allows benefit charging relief to both Contributory and Reimbursable Employers. Contributory Employers will not be charged against their experience record for the second, third or forth quarter of 2020, or their first, second or third quarter of 2021. Charge Statements for these quarters will not be sent to employers. Reimbursable Employers will not receive a billing notice for the second, third or fourth quarter of 2020, or the first or second quarter of 2021. Reimbursable employers will receive a billing statement for the third quarter of 2021, for benefit weeks 09/11/2021 through 10/02/2021. Benefits paid to a claimant between benefit week ending 03/21/2021 through benefit week ending 09/04/2021 will be relieved for reimbursable accounts.
  Pandemic Benefit Charging Relief – Corrected Statements.  Nevada DETR will be sending out corrected charge statements for only certain Contributory and Reimbursable Employers.  These statements will reflect the true amount that should’ve been originally charged for these quarters and include additional Pandemic Charge Relief for charges originally incurred on the first quarter 2020, third quarter 2021, fourth quarter 2021 and the first quarter 2022.  Only employers that weren’t provided relief correctly on these affected quarters originally will potentially receive a corrected statement/s.  Contributory employers' reserve balances will be adjusted accordingly to receive credit for these additional relief of charges.  Reimbursable employers will see a credit applied to their accounts that reflect the relief.  Any money already paid on these charges will end up as a credit that can be used towards balances due on future quarters.  Moving forward starting with second quarter 2022, all charges will correctly receive relief for any weeks paid stemming from the original Pandemic relievable quarters.  Since these are corrected statements, they will have the original due dates on them but no additional action is needed from the employer.  These corrected statements DO NOT extend the original protest dates or due dates.
  Employer Billing Statements for unemployment insurance contributions are available through the online Employer Self Service (ESS) portal as of March 2020. Employers can view online billing statements by logging into their ESS account at ui.nv.gov. Paper statements will only be mailed for the months of March, June, September, and December.
  Electronic Filing Required. Regulation requires Nevada employers to file all quarterly wage and tax reports electronically. Compliance with the regulation is mandatory. Employers unable to comply may submit a waiver. The E-File Waiver Request Form and Instructions can be downloaded at http://ui.nv.gov/PDFS/E‑File_Waiver_Request_Form.pdf or found above under, I want to: by selecting Download forms for employers. An approved waiver will be valid for not less than 24 months and is at the discretion of the Administrator upon establishment of good cause. Instructions for on-line report filing can be found above under Help and Resources by selecting Tips for Using Employer Self Service link. For additional information pertaining to the electronic filing regulation and requirements, contact the Employer account Service unit at (866) 429‑9757.
  UI Tax Payment by ACH Debit. Before making a UI tax payment by ACH Debit for the first time, the ACH Debit Authorization Request form must be completed and faxed to (775) 684-6351 for approval. The form can be downloaded at http://ui.nv.gov/PDFS/RPT7011.pdf The authorization request form must be returned two weeks before the anticipated first payment date.
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  The Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation offices and call centers are closed for all Federal and State holidays with the exception of Columbus Day
  Due to regularly scheduled system maintenance, the Division’s computer system may at times be unavailable on Saturdays starting at 1pm and could be down for the remainder of the day.
What is Misclassification? Worker misclassification occurs when an employer incorrectly classifies a worker as a non-employee. Consequently, employers do not remit the appropriate amount of Federal and state employment taxes, and workers may not receive unemployment insurance benefits or the appropriate protections afforded to them as employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Misclassifications can result from erroneous interpretation of the rules or from intentional disregard of the law. For assistance in correctly classifying a worker contact Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation Contributions Office at 775-684-6393.