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Employee State WH Setup Tab

COLUMN A) Payroll Employee No. – The employee number can be any alphanumeric combination you choose. Zeros can be added to the beginning of an Employee Number to create a uniform number of characters across all employees. This creates a uniform look and keeps the order consecutive. If you are using our HR solution, a new employee number will be created by that module once your information has been imported.

COLUMN B) Starting Date – This is the first day the employee worked.

COLUMN C) State – This must be the two-letter abbreviation for the state in capital letters. For example, Washington should be WA, not Wash., Washington, or washington. If there is a situation where an employee lives in one state and would receive unemployment from a different state there will need to be two rows for that employee, one for each state.

COLUMN D) Deduction/Exemption 1 – List deductions/exemptions according to the state’s withholding form.

COLUMN E) Deduction/Exemption 2 – List deductions/exemptions according to the state’s withholding form.

COLUMN F) Deduction/Exemption 3– List deductions/exemptions according to the state’s withholding form.

COLUMN G) Deduction/Exemption 4– List deductions/exemptions according to the state’s withholding form.

COLUMN H)Deduction/Exemption 5– List deductions/exemptions according to the state’s withholding form.

COLUMN I) Deduction/Exemption 6– List deductions/exemptions according to the state’s withholding form.

COLUMN J) Deduction/Exemption 7– List deductions/exemptions according to the state’s withholding form.

COLUMN K) Deduction/Exemption 8– List deductions/exemptions according to the state’s withholding form.

COLUMN L) Employee wages Exempt from State Income Tax – Enter True or False

COLUMN M) Status Code – This is optional because not all states require a status. Use whatever is on your form. This should be entered in all capital letters.

COLUMN N) Decimal 1 – This is also based on the state’s form. These fields are used when there is a specific amount to be withheld instead of a withholding allowance number. This is not the Additional Withholding amount.

COLUMN O) Decimal 2 – see above.

COLUMN P) Decimal 3 – see above.

COLUMN Q)Decimal 4 – see above.

COLUMN R) Boolean 1 – The Boolean fields are also based on the individual state’s form. These cannot be left blank. You must enter True or False.

COLUMN S) Boolean 2– see above.

COLUMN T) Boolean 3– see above.

COLUMN U) Boolean 4– see above.