TIPS ON READING THE LATEST OREGON UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE TAX RATE NOTICE

By November 13, 2018 Blog

Oregon employers have recently received their 2018 “Notice of Tax Rate” from the State of Oregon. This document can help 501(c)(3) employers uncover any new unemployment insurance tax liability exposure. It can also identify savings these organization could receive by exercising their right as a 501(c)(3) to not pay state unemployment insurance taxes.

Click on the video below to view our two-minute explainer on how to read the Oregon state unemployment insurance tax rate notice.

Now that you understand better what information is contained in the tax rate notice, you can uncover if your organization is overpaying the state for your unemployment insurance.

We have developed an online calculator that can use to determine if an organization is overpaying its state unemployment insurance tax by using just the data on this Notice of Tax Rate.

Go to www.501c.com/overpayments and determine your current overpayment. The calculator is completely anonymous.

After you’ve used our overpayment calculator to uncover any potential savings through unemployment reimbursing, feel free to CONTACT US for more details about how we can help return any overpayment to your budget.

Good luck with your calculations!


Join Us When We Visit Oregon

On Wednesday, December 5th and Thursday, December 6th, 501(c) Services is visiting Oregon to present two educational, certified nonprofit HR workshops. CLICK HERE for more information and to RSVP.


About Us

501(c) Services has more than 35 years of experience in providing full-service alternatives to state-run unemployment insurance programs, and provides services to over 1,500 nonprofits nationally. It is the administrator of the 501(c) Agencies Trust, which offers a comprehensive suite of risk management services and multiple stop-loss protection solutions for its 501(c)(3) nonprofit members, and UInsure, a first dollar unemployment insurance program for 501(c)(3)s, government entities, and tribally owned businesses.

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