Tax Department Quarterly Announcements

Overview

This page contains information about programs and services that can benefit your business.

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3rd Quarter 2019

Experience the new WorkInTexas.com

With a Virtual Recruiter and candidate scoring and ranking, you can expect improved talent matching and more efficient screening. The site offers Texas-specific labor market data to support informed business decisions in planning your job positions and wages.
 
Use your existing login information to access the site. Review and verify or update your information. Set up the Virtual Recruiter and let the website start working for you.
 
WorkInTexas.com is supported by 180 Workforce Solutions offices around the state. If you need assistance with the new site, use the directory to find your local Workforce Solutions office.

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2nd Quarter 2019

Keep Your Tax Account Information Current

The Texas Workforce Commission encourages employers and their agents keep their personal profile and their Tax account information current through the Unemployment Tax Services (UTS) System. UTS is a fast and easy system that allows users to perform the following tasks:
 
  • Update security questions
  • Update business addresses - both mailing and payroll
  • Update business phone numbers
  • Update personal profiles - including email addresses and security questions and
  • Close accounts

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1st Quarter 2019

Small Business Resources

The Texas Workforce Commission’s website provides resources and services to help small business owners compete in the Texas and global economy.

Please visit our "For Small Businesses" webpage where you will find information on the following:

  • The Skills for Small Business program which supports Texas businesses with fewer than 100 employees. The program provides training through local community colleges, technical colleges, or the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX);
  • WorkInTexas, which is TWC’s premiere job search engine to post jobs, search resumes and find qualified job seekers;
  • Texas Business Conferences, which are held throughout Texas. Employers will learn about state and federal employment laws, handling unemployment claims, taxes and more; and
  • Additional links to other resources which are available to Texas businesses

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4th Quarter 2018

Where to Report Workers

The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) uses the following sequence of tests to determine where an employer should report their workers and pay unemployment taxes:

  • Location of Services
  • Employee's Base of Operation
  • Place of Direction and Control
  • Location of Employee’s Home Address
  • Services Outside of the United States

View the TWC Location of Services Checklist and determine where to report your workers.

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