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Find your Wyoming tax account info

Unemployment tax

You can find your UI Account Number and tax rate on the Tax Rate Notice or Quarterly UI/WC Summary Report (Form WYO056) received from the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services. Click here to view state-by-state UI rates and wage bases. If don't know your rate, call the agency at (307) 235-3217. 

Workers' Compensation

You can find your Workers' Comp Employer Number on the Business Registration Form (WY1C1WC) or Joint Employer Registration received from the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services. You can also call the agency at (307) 777-6763 to obtain your number. 

Set up workers' comp for your employees in Gusto

For each employee in Wyoming, let us know if they're subject to workers compensation (WC) coverage by following these steps: 

  1. Go to the People section.
  2. Select a Wyoming employee.
  3. Scroll to "Wyoming Taxes".
  4. Next to the "Workers' Comp Coverage" click in the blue edit pen.
  5. Select "Yes, this employee is covered" or "No, this employee is exempt."
  6. If an employee is covered, enter the employee's six-digit Risk Class Code (RCC), which varies by job type.
    • If you're unsure what an employee's RCC is, contact the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services directly.
  7. Let us know if the employee is an "Owner/Officer/LLC Member" that has elected coverage or not.
    • Owners/Officers/LLC member's premiums are calculated on a standard wage amount, and not their actual wage amount. Learn more here
  8. Click Save

Next, you need to set the rate for your WC codes and enter the other required WC and unemployment insurance information:

  1. Go to the Company details section.
  2. Scroll to "Wyoming Tax Setup" 
  3. Click Manage Taxes
  4. Click the blue edit pen. 
  5. Enter your Unemployment Insurance (UI) tax rate.
    • This rate can be found on your Unemployment Insurance Tax Rate Notice or Quarterly UI/WC Summary Report (Form WYO056). 
  6. Enter the Workers Compensation rate for each of your risk class codes that you entered for your employee(s).
  7. Enter your Unemployment Insurance (UI) account number.
    • This can be found on your Unemployment Insurance Tax Rate Notice or Quarterly UI/WC Summary Report (Form WYO056).
  8. Enter your Workers Compensation (WC) employer number.
    • This can be found on your Quarterly UI/WC Summary Report (Form WYO056).
  9. Click Save

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