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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 944 Pr Depositor

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 944 Pr Depositor

All right, in this section, we'll take a look at the pseudo quarterly forms. In the previous section, we looked at the state income tax withheld quarterly forms. Now, we'll take a look at the South Carolina unemployment forms. This form can only be obtained from the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce. You have to sign up as an employer to access these forms. You cannot simply find them online. Therefore, you will not have to do one of these forms for homework unless you are in a face-to-face class. I do have some of these forms, but they are specifically made for me for education purposes. Notice that it says "Orangeburg Calhoun Technical Education" on them. They are allowing me to use this form to show you what it looks like and go over how to fill it out. It's important to note that forms across states are fairly similar. Your Pennsylvania form for the project will be relatively similar to this. Most state's forms have two sections. In South Carolina, the top section includes information about all the employees, their social security numbers, and the wages they earned in that quarter. The bottom section contains calculations for how much the employer owes for South Carolina SUTA tax. In Pennsylvania, the calculation part is on top and the employee listing part is on the bottom, but the two parts are very similar. Let's start at the top. Number one is the employer name, which will already be pre-printed, just like here. The account number will also already be pre-printed. You'll have an account number with the state. The quarter ending date for the third quarter is September 30th. That's the date you would put in. You would use the same form for each of the four quarters....