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Important reminder!

Licenses for Payroll CS, Trial Balance CS, and Write-Up CS (but not Engagement CS) permanently expired on March 1, 2017. CSA will not include 2017 tax rates or payroll forms, so, for 2017 and beyond, you will need to process payroll in another application. We recommend Accounting CS Payroll and myPay Solutions. For more information, see the following topics.

You must register with the New Jersey Division of Revenue to file electronically prior to sending your files. You must complete the Request for Authorization to Report Electronically, which is located on the New Jersey website.

See also: State e-filing overview

Form WR-30

When you are ready to prepare the forms, follow these steps.

  1. Choose Setup > Supplemental Information when the New Jersey Payroll Tax Processing window is active.
  2. Enter the appropriate Authorization number, if applicable, and then click OK.
  3. Choose File > Print.
  4. Mark the Create SUTA file checkbox and then click OK.
  5. Choose File > SUTA File Utilities to do any of the following:
    • Combine Files
    • Preview Files
    • Verify
    • Remove Clients
    • Save to Submittable Format
    • Restore from Submittable Format
    • Generate Transmittal Sheet
  6. Choose File > SUTA File Utilities > Save to Submittable Format. Choose the file location and then click OK.

    Notes

    • When the file is created, it is automatically encrypted for security. Before submitting the file to the appropriate agency you must use the Save to Submittable Format command, at which point the files are decrypted.
    • The file format is ICESA.
  7. Follow the New Jersey Division of Revenue instructions for filing via SFTP.

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Form NJ-927 / NJ-927-W

When you are ready to prepare the forms, follow these steps.

  1. Choose Setup > Supplemental Information when the New Payroll Tax Processing window is active.
  2. Enter the appropriate Authorization number if applicable. (This is the same number used for filing NJ Form WR-30.)
  3. Select the appropriate Filing form (NJ-927 or NJ-927-W) and specify whether the form being filed is an Amended return.
  4. Verify the retrieved Total wages subject to GIT is correct, if necessary this field is available to override.
  5. Enter the GIT and DOL payment amounts.
  6. Select your payment method. If the payment method selected is E-Check, select the checkbook the payment will be made from and then click OK.
  7. Choose File > Print.
  8. Mark the Create NJ -927/NJ-927-W file checkbox and then click OK.
  9. Choose File > NJ-927/NJ-927-W File Utilities to do any of the following:
    • Combine Files
    • Preview File
    • Verify
    • Remove Client
    • Save to Submittable Format
    • Restore from Submittable Format
    • Generate Transmittal Sheet
  10. Choose File > NJ-927/NJ-927-W File Utilities > Save to Submittable Format. Choose the file location and then click OK.

    Note: When the file is created, it is automatically encrypted for security. Before submitting the file to the appropriate agency you must use the Save to Submittable Format command, at which point the files are decrypted.

  11. Follow the New Jersey Division of Revenue instructions for filing via SFTP.

Note: Currently, Form NJ 927 or NJ-927-W support e-filing only for clients that pay both DI and FLI tax amounts to the same type of plan - that is, where DI and FLI are both paid to a private plan or are both paid to a state plan. Combined plans are currently not supported by the application, however the state does allow for online manual entry in those cases.

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