Announcement of Board of Review Public Hearing. To read the complete announcement see this notice.
Announcement of Oklahoma Employment Security Commission Public Hearing. To read the complete announcement see this notice.
Effective January 1, 2017, the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission will enforce the requirement for filing the Form OES-3, Oklahoma Employers Quarterly Contribution Report via the Commission’s Internet EZ Tax Express website pursuant to Title 240:10-5-91(d). To allow you additional time to comply with this requirement, the Commission will continue to mail the OES-3, Oklahoma Employers Quarterly Contribution Report through the 3rd Quarter 2016 filing period. The Commission will cease mailing the forms for any subsequent quarters.
Any report submitted by paper after January 1, 2017 without an exception being granted will be returned and you will be required to refile it through the EZ Tax Express website. All penalties associated with the late filing of the returned report will be charged if you do not file the report electronically within the allotted timeframe to avoid such penalties.
If you need assistance for establishing a User ID or to file your OES-3 report via the EZ Tax Express website, you may contact the Commission’s EZ Tax Express Helpdesk at (405) 557-5452.
Warning About Scams: Information on potential Unemployment Insurance scams is posted at Unemployment Email Scam Notice, Counterfeit Check Scam Notice, General Information About Scams, Phishing Scams: How To Protect Benefit Recipients and at this FBI webpage.
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