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Denver, CO 80202

Phone: 303-318-8000

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Colorado Employee Leasing Company Certification

Agency:Colorado Department of Labor and Employment
Law:

C.R.S. 8-70-114

Financial Requirements:

Applicants must maintain and demonstrate working capital of at least $100,000.

Bond Requirements:

Applicants who do not meet the working capital requirement must file a surety bond, letter of credit, or cash escrow equal to 50 percent of the total UI premiums assessed during the previous calendar year. The initial security amount for a new employee-leasing company is equal to the standard UI rate (.0170) multiplied by 50 percent of its projected chargeable payroll for the current calendar year as estimated by the employee-leasing company.

Fact Checked:6/2/21

Initial Registration

Form:

Form UITL-39: Employee Leasing Company Annual Report and Certification

Agency Fee:

$500

Notes:

The application must be reviewed and signed by an independent counsel.

Required Attachments:
  • Employee Leasing Company Sample Spreadsheet of Work-site Employers and Employees (needed only if more space is needed than is provided on the application)
  • One of the following requirements must be met:
    • Execute and file a surety bond, letter of credit, or cash escrow equal to 50 percent of the total UI premiums assessed during the previous calendar year. The initial security amount for a new employee-leasing company is equal to the standard UI rate (.0170) multiplied by 50 percent of its projected chargeable payroll for the current calendar year as estimated by the employee-leasing company.
    • Submit the most recent independently audited financial statement prepared by a certified public accountant using generally accepted accounting principles, which demonstrates that you have an accounting working capital of not less than $100,000. The financial statement must be no older than 13 months.
    • Receive and provide an annual accreditation by a qualified, bonded, and independent assurance organization as approved by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.
  • List of owners and/or officers including title and % of ownership or interest
  • Work-site employer names and your percentage of ownership or interest if sharing ownership or interest with any work-site employers
  • Work-site employer names and officer names and titles if the employee-leasing company and any work-site employer have common officers of a corporation
  • Names and job titles of the family members and the name of the business the family member operates if the employee-leasing company and any of the work-site employers operated in whole or in part by related family members of either the employee-leasing company or work-site employers
Fact Checked:6/2/21

Registration Renewal

Form:

Form UITL-39: Employee Leasing Company Annual Report and Certification

Agency Fee:

$500

Due:

Annually by June 30.

Notes:

The application must be reviewed and signed by an independent counsel.

Required Attachments:
  • Employee Leasing Company Sample Spreadsheet of Work-site Employers and Employees (needed only if more space is needed than is provided on the application)
  • One of the following requirements must be met:
    • Execute and file a surety bond, letter of credit, or cash escrow equal to 50 percent of the total UI premiums assessed during the previous calendar year. The initial security amount for a new employee-leasing company is equal to the standard UI rate (.0170) multiplied by 50 percent of its projected chargeable payroll for the current calendar year as estimated by the employee-leasing company.
    • Submit the most recent independently audited financial statement prepared by a certified public accountant using generally accepted accounting principles, which demonstrates that you have an accounting working capital of not less than $100,000. The financial statement must be no older than 13 months.
    • Receive and provide an annual accreditation by a qualified, bonded, and independent assurance organization as approved by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.
  • List of owners and/or officers including title and % of ownership or interest
  • Work-site employer names and your percentage of ownership or interest if sharing ownership or interest with any work-site employers
  • Work-site employer names and officer names and titles if the employee-leasing company and any work-site employer have common officers of a corporation
  • Names and job titles of the family members and the name of the business the family member operates if the employee-leasing company and any of the work-site employers operated in whole or in part by related family members of either the employee-leasing company or work-site employers
Fact Checked:6/2/21

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