1st Quarter 2015 Filing Deadline: Employment and Wage Detail Reports and Payments must be submitted by 4/30/2015. Late filings may incur a penalty and/or interest charges, as provided under MGL 151A, Section 14P. Employers are encouraged to file in advance of the deadline. To file online, login to UI Online and select "Employment and Wage Detail Reporting".

1st Quarter Deferral Option: If you are eligible for a deferral, you must file and make a payment no later than 3:00pm on April 30, 2015. The deferral option will not be available after this date. Deferrals are not available for Third Party Administrators who file in bulk.

Regular UI Online Hours:  6:00 am - 10:00 pm daily. 
Due to scheduled system maintenance, UI Online will not be available:
o Every week  from 7:00 pm Friday - 7:00 am Saturday; and
o Every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month from 3:00 pm to 6:00 am on Sunday. 

Employer button Agent button

Notice:  If you use IE 10 browser and encounter issues, please turn on your Compatibility View.
For employers who never activated their account: click Account Activation and enter your DUA Employer Account Number (EAN) and Activation Password. 
For former IPASS users:  Your IPASS UserID and password will not work in UI Online.  Please contact your company administrator to set up your new user account.  If you do not have an administrator, please contact us via email. 
Not registered yet? You can register here.  Information on how to register for specific types of employers.                               
For new users: Computer Requirements | User Guide | UI Handbook pdf format of The Employer’s Guide to Unemployment Insurance
 

Please note the following changes for calendar year 2015: 

  • Taxable Wage Base will be changed to $15,000
  • Workforce Training Fund contribution rate will be changed from 0.060% to 0.056%
  • Employers that paid Employer Medical Assistance Contributions (EMAC) rate of 0.24% or 0.36% in 2014 will pay a rate of 0.34% –except for those meeting exempt or reduced rate criteria. (Employers operating within two years following the “Newly Subject” status as of MGL 151A, pay at rates of 0.12% and 0.24% respectively)
  • Effective March 24, 2015, under GL 151A, §24A, the number of weeks of operation in a year that qualify for Certified Seasonal status has been increased from “less than 16 weeks” to “less than 20 weeks.”

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