What is a de 2176?
The Employment Development Department (EDD) sends out Employer Account Statements (DE 2176) when you owe past due amounts or do not submit quarterly or annual reports when due. The DE 2176 explains the reason for the statement and requests payment in full or the returns.
What is a de 2088?
The Notice of Contribution Rates and Statement of UI Reserve Account (DE 2088) informs you of your Unemployment Insurance (UI), Employment Training Tax (ETT), and State Disability Insurance (SDI) contribution rates for the period shown on your DE 2088.
What is EDD form DE 9C?
Quarterly Contribution Return and Report of Wages (DE 9) and (Continuation) (DE 9C) You must file both a Quarterly Contribution Return and Report of Wages (DE 9) and the Quarterly Contribution Return and Report of Wages (Continuation) (DE 9C) each quarter.
How do I pay my EDD lien?
If you are selling or refinancing real estate, your escrow company will need to pay the lien with certified funds (cash, cashier’s check or money order) and the EDD must be notified in writing or via fax with a demand for a release of the lien. The release must be obtained before the property can change hands.
How do I submit EDD power of attorney?
Please return your completed DE 48 to the EDD at: You can also electronically submit a POA using e-Services for Business. If you have questions or need assistance completing this form, please call the Account Services Group Agent Line at 1-916-654-7263.
What is the max CA SDI for 2021?
The SDI withholding rate for 2021 is 1.20 percent. The taxable wage limit is $128,298 for each employee per calendar year. The maximum to withhold for each employee is $1,539.58.
What’s the difference between de 9 and DE 9C?
DE9 is to pay taxes and DE 9C is to declare your employees wages and taxes paid.
Where can I get DE 9C?
For a faster, easier, and more convenient method of reporting your DE 9C information, visit the EDD’s website at www.edd.ca.gov.
How do I find out how much I owe EDD?
For questions about your benefit overpayment, contact the Benefit Overpayment Collection Section at 1-800-676-5737 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Pacific time, Monday through Friday, except on state holidays.