New Hire Reporting Made Easy With PayWow

New Hire reporting might not sound like it would be very interesting. And you’d be correct! It couldn’t be more boring actually. Reporting newly hired employees is required of each employer within 20 days of remuneration.

What Is New Hire Reporting?

The federal legislation supporting the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRWORA) was put in place in 1996, for two main reasons:

  • to assist individuals entitled to child support payments in obtaining these via wage garnishments, wage assignments, etc 
  • to assist in preventing fraud in government benefits payments

The PRWORA requires employers to report seven key pieces of information to their designated state agency:

  • Employee name
  • Employee address
  • Employee Social Security number (SSN)
  • Employee date of hire or rehire 
  • Employer name
  • Employer address 
  • Federal employer identification number (FEIN)

PayWow makes this process simple by allowing users to easily generate these reports quickly and accurately. In a few simple steps you’ll have all the information required, organized in a PDF and ready to email.

To begin, just click Reports in the PayWow Dashboard.

New Hire Reporting
New Hire Reporting

Next, under the Employee Reports tab click New Hire Report.

New Hire Reporting
New Hire Reporting

On the next screen, select the dates and the state to which you plan to submit and click Generate Report.

New Hire Reporting

After your Report is generated, simply download the PDF and either print and mail or email the document to the appropriate entities.

New Hire Reporting

New Hire Reporting couldn’t be easier! PayWow knows you’ve got a business to run and generating reports isn’t the best use of your time. Run this and over 50 other reports as quickly and efficiently, with no hassles!

PayWow is designed to handle every aspect of your payroll! Contact our US-based Support team today to find out how else we can help your small business grow!

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