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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by The landscaper, Feb 15, 2008.
Anybody from around Ohio have a few minutes?
why whats up.
scarlet and gray here although koot is the man if he's to busy counting money i can help !
help is always free just ask im on the westside burbs
Ask away ....there is a virtual BUCKEYE army on here to assist you ....
Cincinnati here to help. But you need to answer all who are willing.
I am adding an employee or two this year. I just want to make sure I have everything in place to do so. What do I need to get as far as the workmans comp, add thm to insurance?, some kind of payroll....What are the steps to do all this the right way.
Workers comp fill the form out send fifty bucks that gets you started then you report every half and pay the percentage.
New hire you need to fill out the following forms in the state of Ohio for each employee.
employment eligibility verification form follow directions
Ohio job and family form
Need a ein number Employment Identification Number
You mail the Ohio form in they check the individual and take any money from his wage that he may owe the gov, or child support
ss .062 - u match dollar for dollar
medicare .0145 - u match dollar for dollar
st .03 - employee only
Then FICA use the tables or percentages employee only
Also get Circulation e from IRS you will need it
Then you will need to decide how you file 944 or 941
each quarter or year you will fill out forms and write checks to ss, medicare,st job and family I think it is 4 different checks and forms each time if you screw up these forms or payments they fine you big time a good I repeat good accountant can help you here.
Start getting the ball rolling by going to state and IRS websites and order forms because they take their sweet time and you have to mail back and respond on some to get started so it takes time to do it right.
Once you get a system and know your way around the forms it is no problem.
As you can tell I do 90% of my own paper work and tax documents.
Is that 6% and 3% for ss and st. or .06%
those are the number you multiply by