Delaware Payroll Licensing
Harbor Compliance provides payroll tax registration services in every state to help your company hire employees and process payroll on time.
In most states, the two payroll taxes are withholding and unemployment insurance (aka unemployment tax and unemployment compensation). Employers must register for the appropriate accounts in order to hire employees, to process payroll, and to file tax returns. Given the virtual, home-based, and temporary nature of employees, registrations often take place on short notice and in multiple states. Foreign qualification and registered agent are prerequisites in most states.
Employer Witholding Tax Licensure
This section applies to employers that are applying for a license in Delaware for the first time to withold taxes from payroll.
|Agency:||Delaware Department of Finance - Division of Revenue|
To file the Delaware Combined Registration Application (CRA), you will need to follow these steps:
It is important to note that the process for filing the Delaware CRA may vary depending on the specific circumstances of your business.
Form or online
Delaware law requires every person, firm, or corporation conducting a business within this state to obtain a license and to pay an additional monthly or quarterly fee based on the aggregate gross receipts derived from the operation of such a business.
Failure to obtain a business license will result in a $200 penalty if such failure is not self-disclosed.
Unemployment Tax Licensure
This section applies to employers that are applying for a license in Delaware for the first time for unemployment insurance.
|Agency:||Delaware Department of Labor - Division of Unemployment Insurance|