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MiWAM Toolkit

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MiWAM Toolkit

Inside

Introducing MiWAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Frequently Asked Questions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 MiWAM Logon Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 411 Navigating MiWAM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1213 Letters and Correspondence in MiWAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1415 Protesting Benefit Charges. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 The New Form UIA 1028 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1718 Information for Service Providers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Frequently Asked Questions for Service Providers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Bulk Report Filing Formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Export File Format. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Bulk Payment File Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Power of Attorney Client File Formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2425

Who to Contact

If you have questions about MiWAM or need help with the system, please use the following contacts:

Phone: 1-855-4UIAOEO (484-2636) or (313) 456-2300

E-mail: OEO@michigan.gov.

For technical support, please contact MiWAM support at (313) 456-2188 or

MiWAMsupport@michigan.gov.

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Introducing MiWAM

MiWAM Cuts the

Paperwork

MiWAM eliminates the manual data entry and the multiple forms currently required by employers for quarterly reporting. Beginning the 3rd quarter of 2012 (July 1, 2012

September 30, 2012), employers will be relieved of six forms. The

new Employer’s Quarterly Wage/Tax Report, Form UIA 1028, replaces

• Form UIA 1017– Quarterly Wage

Detail Report;

• Form UIA 1019 – Amended Wage

Detail Report;

• Form UIA 1020 – Employer’s

Quarterly Tax Report;

• Form UIA 1020-R – Reimbursing

Employer’s Quarterly Payroll Report;

• Form UIA 1021 – Amended

Quarterly Tax Report, and

Form UIA 1021-R – Amended

Reimbursing Employer’s Quarterly Payroll Report.

The new Form UIA 1028 will also allow you to import wage data from a text file, eliminating manual data entry. With MiWAM, beginning the 1st quarter of 2012 (for single filings) calculation of excess wages, taxable wages and tax due will be done automatically!

The Michigan Web Account Manager (MiWAM) is the UIA’s new and improved system for managing your unemployment account electronically. MiWAM replaces the Employer Web Account Manager (EWAM) and makes doing business with the UIA simpler, faster and more efficient. MiWAM has a cleaner look and is more user-friendly.

MiWAM allows you to perform routine transactions such as filing reports, paying taxes, viewing statements, and updating your unemployment tax account information online. There is no charge to employers and the system is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

For employers, managing your account online is secure, it is more accurate, processes quicker, and it allows for more real-time interaction with UIA staff. For the UIA, MiWAM helps lower the costs of processing certifications, decreases paper and scanning costs and reduces keypunching and other errors.

What You Can Do With MiWAM

»Access UIA Account Information including your tax report and payment history

»File quarterly wage/tax/payroll reports

»Make a UIA tax payment

»Pay reimbursements

»File a UIA tax protest

»Create Out-of-State Service Provider access

»Request a seeking work waiver

»Respond to fact-finding questions

»File Power of Attorney authorizations

»Schedule recurring payments

»Report discontinuance or transfer of business

»and more...

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What happens when I register for MiWAM?

A. When you register for MiWAM you will receive a 10-day temporary password granting you limited access to your account within minutes. The temporary password allows you to make payments, file reports, update your user profile and view the UIA employer handbook. You will receive your permanent authorization code in the mail within 10 days of sign up.

Q. What happens if I lost or never received my authorization code?

A. If you do not have an authorization code after your 10-day limited access expires, you must request a new authorization code be mailed to you. You will be unable to log on to MiWAM without an authorization code.

Q. If I am currently registered with eWAM, must I re-register with MiWAM?

A. Most employers will not be required to re-register. However, service providers must re-register. Service providers will receive a call from UIA to assist them with conversion to MiWAM.

Q. Will another representative from my company be able to access my account and perform functions on my behalf?

A. Yes. When registering for MiWAM you have the option to establish an added user web account. This type of account would be essential for another representative within your company (who does not have an account with the UIA) to perform various functions on behalf of an employer. This new account allows the appropriate level of authority for your added user.

Q. Will I be able to electronically protest a determination or respond to Agency correspondence?

A. Yes. You will access the account services tab to either protest a determination or respond to any open fact- finding issues.

Q. What’s the difference between an “Added User” and an “employer Representative”?

A. An Added User is generally someone inside your company or business such as an employee who has been granted access to submit, view, or change information regarding your account on your behalf. An Employer Representative is someone outside of your company such as a service provider or accountant – not an employee of your company. The Employer Representative requires Power of Attorney to act on your behalf.

Q. Does my password expire?

A. Yes, your password expires annually. As a result, you will be required to change it after one year.

Q. Must I do anything special as a single filer? Are there special requirements for single filers?

A. No. Employers with less than 25 employees need only to submit files according to MiWAM instructions for inputting data. Employers with more than 25 employees, including Service Providers or Professional Employer Organizations, have the option of bulk filing (see the Bulk Report Filing Formats on page 21 in the Service Provider section of this toolkit).

Q. Who do I contact if I have questions or need help with the system?

A. Contact the Office of Employer Ombudsman at 1-855-4UIAOEO (484-2636) or

(313)456-2300 or by email at OEO@michigan.gov. For technical support, please contact MiWAM support at (313) 456-2188 or MiWAMsupport@michigan.gov.

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Michigan Web Account Manager

MiWAM Logon Instructions

www.michigan.gov/uia

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Step 1

Go to UIA’s website: www.michigan.gov/uia

Scroll down and click “UIA Online Services for Employers.”

Step 2

Click “Operate a Business.”

Step 3

If you do not have a MiWAM account, click “Sign Up Now!”

or

If you already have an EWAM account, enter your username and password in the Log in to MiWAM section and click “Sign In.”

Step 4

To continue as a new user; click

“Start Here”

Note: Please see the legend on the right side of the screen for navigation tips.

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Step 5

Select the option that best describes your reason for signing up for MiWAM.

To select the Employer option, you must have a UIA employer account number.

If you will be acting as an employer rep- resentative and are also an employer, select the Employer Representative option.

Step 6

If you select “Employer” you must enter your UIA account number and the zip code of the physical location of your business.

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Step 7

If you select “Employer Representative” and you answer “Yes” to the question about whether you have a UIA employer account number, you must enter the UIA account number and zip code of the physical location of your business.

Step 8

If you select the option of Employer Represen- tative and you answer “No” to the question about whether you have a UIA employer account number, you must answer the ques- tion about whether you have a Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN). If you answer “Yes” then you must provide the FEIN along with a UIA employer account number and zip code of the physical business location of one of your clients.

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Step 9

If you select “Employer Representative” and you answer “No” to the question about whether you have a UIA employer account number, you must answer the question about whether you have

aFederal Employer Iden- tification Number (FEIN). If you answer “No” that you do not have a FEIN, then you must provide your Social Security Number along with a UIA employer account number and zip code of the physi- cal business location of one of your clients.

Step 10

Only select “Employee” if you have been added by either an employer or employer represen- tative to their web account. In that circum- stance you must enter and re-enter the authorization code. The authorization code was mailed when access was added for the employee by the employer or employer representative.

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Step 11

Click “User Information” and complete required fields. The name en- tered will be considered the owner of the web account for the business.

Step 12

Select your preferred security question.

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Step 13

Click “Security

Agreement.”

Step 14

Select “Yes” or “No” if you agree to the security agreement (you must agree in order to establish your web account).

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Step 15

You will receive a confirmation page with your username and confirmation number displayed.

You are now ready to begin using your MiWAM account with temporary access.

For the next 10 calendar days you may submit Form UIA 1028 and make tax or reimbursement payments through your MiWAM account.

Look for your authorization code to be mailed to the business address UIA has on file for your business within the next 7–10 business days.

Once you receive the authorization code and enter it when logging into your MiWAM account, you will have full access to all of the services for which you have been granted permission within MiWAM.

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Navigating MiWAM

Different computer programs have different ways of navigating. This tip sheet should help you find your way through the system.

FIeLD COLORS

Field colors are used to denote important information regarding what you can or cannot enter into that data field.

WHITe (Default) — This field is in an inquiry or view-only mode that will not accept data entry.

ReD (error) — This field is in error and has failed validation. Hovering over the error with the mouse will show what the error is.

YeLLOW (Required) — This field is mandatory. You must enter a value in this field before the information can be saved or proceed to the next screen. If yellow fields are not completed, MiWAM will not save the record.

gReeN (User enabled) — This field is optional. The information is not required but keep in mind that it is often beneficial to complete as much information as possible.

TABS

Quarters

The Activities tab keeps a log of all

activity that the employer has taken on their account.

Notices inform users of pertinent information related to their account.

The Letters tab indicates any correspondence sent to the employer from the UIA.

Reports and payment history

The Account Services tab is where each employer will be able to view rate information, apply for credits or seasonal designations, request a transfer of business, and manage any other facets of their account.

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Navigating MiWAM

SIDeBAR NAVIgATION

You will see this panel on the left of your screen. It allows quick access to existing windows. You should always use this to return to the previous screen — don’t use the back button!

LegeND

When entering data into MiWAM, always look for the following symbols:

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Letters and Correspondence

in MiWAM

MiWAM allows you to review, keep track and respond to your notices and letters related to your UI tax account. Each letter you receive from UIA from this point on will have a Letter ID number, making it easier to search for correspondence on specific topics.

With MiWAM you can:

View Web notices

Send account inquiries to the UIA

Set a web mail preference — select this option if you would like to receive UIA correspondence electronically

Create email reminders for specific tasks

Search by letter ID for correspondence sent from UIA

Check the status of correspondence sent to agency

See the status of your protest — protests will be noted as received, in progress, or completed

Here are some samples of what you’ll encounter in MiWAM:

SeT UP eMAIL ReMINDeRS

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Letters and Correspondence

in MiWAM

TRACK CORReSPONDeNCe

SeARCH BY LeTTeR ID

STATUS OF PROTeSTS OR APPeALS

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Protesting Benefit Charges

in MiWAM

Each week, employers receive statements of charges and credits that have been made to their accounts on Form UIA 1136 — Statement of Unemployment Benefits Charged or Credited to Employer’s Account. If the employer disputes the accuracy of the statement, or believes the reported earning or other information is wrong, they may protest the benefit charges. With MiWAM, you can see the form and protest the benefit charges right away.

Form UIA 1136

The listing of benefits paid is a determination that the involved claimant was not unemployed or underemployed, able to work, available for work, and had remuneration, (e.g., excessive earnings, lost earnings) as reported on Form UIA 1136 for the week(s) paid and has certified truthfully. Since the benefit payment listing is a determination, it may be protested in relation to the issues listed above.

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The New Form UIA 1028

Form UIA 1028-Employer’s Quarterly Wage/Tax Report, consolidates six forms for meeting your unemployment filing requirements. This new form will replace the following forms: UIA 1020-Employer’s Quarterly Tax Report, UIA 1020-R-Reimbursing Employer’s Quarterly Payroll Report, UIA 1017-Quarterly Wage Detail Report, UIA 1021-Amended Quarterly Tax Report, UIA 1021-R-Amended Reimbursing Employer Quarterly Payroll Report and UIA 1019-Employer’s Amended Wage Detail Report.

This means that the separate processes for the tax/payroll and wage detail reports have been consolidated into just one form.

UIA 1028

State of Michigan

Authorized by

Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs

MCL 421.1 et seq.

(Rev. 06-12)

Unemployment Insurance Agency

 

 

 

Rick Snyder

3024 W Grand Blvd, Suite 11-500, Detroit, MI 48202

Steve Arwood

www.michigan.gov/uia

GOVERNOR

DIRECTOR

 

 

 

 

CLIPPERS BARBER SHOP

 

 

Mail To:

 

 

 

1912 N MAIN ST

 

 

Unemployment Insurance Agency

ROYAL OAK MI 48073

 

 

Tax Office

 

 

 

PO Box 33598

 

 

 

Detroit, MI 48232-5598

 

 

 

 

Employer’s Quarterly Wage/Tax Report

YOU MUST FILE THIS REPORT EVEN IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO PAY OR HAVE NO PAYROLL FOR THE QUARTER.

For details about completing this report see the instructions page. Only amounts over $5 may be subject to active

collection.

Employer Type: Contributing

(Complete Sections 1, 2, 3 & 4) Reimbursing

(Complete Sections 1, 2 & 4)

Check this box if this is an Amended report. Indicate quarter and year________________________

 

If Amended, select one of the following reasons: Not liable

Miscalculated wages

 

 

Used wrong taxable wage limit

Other

_________________________________________

 

 

 

 

 

 

SECTION 1

 

 

 

Provide the number of all full-time employees and

UIA Employer Account No: _____________________________

part-time employees who worked during or received

pay for the pay period which includes the 12th of the

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FEIN: ______________________________________________

1st Month

2nd Month

3rd Month

Quarter Ending Date (mm/dd/yyyy):_______________________

SECTION 2

LIST SSN IN ASCENDING ORDER

Family

Owned Delete Social Security No. Employee Last Name Employee First Name Enter “X”

“F”

Employee

Gross Wages Paid

Middle

This Quarter

Initial

 

 

 

If more lines are needed to enter employee information,

Total Gross Wages (Page 1):

continue to Section 2 on back of form. When finished

 

entering employees, continue to Section 3 for Contributing Employers or Section 4 for Reimbursing Employers.

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

For UIA Use Only. Do Not Write Below Line.

(Barcode) 99991206456123

*9 9 9 9 1 2 0 6 4 5 6 1 2 3 *

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The New Form UIA 1028

 

 

 

 

 

 

SECTION 2 (continued)

 

 

 

 

LIST SSN IN ASCENDING ORDER

 

 

 

 

Family

 

 

 

 

Employee

Gross Wages Paid

Owned

Delete

Social Security No.

Employee Last Name

Employee First Name

Enter

“X”

 

 

 

Middle

This Quarter

“F”

 

 

 

 

Initial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have more than 25 employees, use MiWAM

Total Gross Wages (Page 2):

 

 

 

to file on-line.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SECTION 3

Total of Gross Wages from Pages 1 and 2:

Is this the Final Report for this business? YES

If Yes, complete and submit Form UIA 1772, Discontinuance or Transfer of Payroll or Assets in Whole or Part, using your MiWAM account OR obtain a blank form at www.michigan.gov/uia and mail to the address on the front of this form.

I meet the requirements to apportion my payments and elect this option (see instructions page for more information):

Excess Wages:

Taxable Wages:

Tax Rate: x

Tax Due:

Prior Balance:

Amount Enclosed:

Taxable Wage Limit:

DUE DATE:

SECTION 4

YOUR CERTIFICATION: I certify that I have examined this report, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is true, correct, and complete.

_________________________________

___________________

____________

_____________________

Signature

Title

Date

Contact Phone Number

For questions, call the Office of Employer Ombudsman (OEO) at 1-855-4UIAOEO(855-484-2636). Outside of Michigan, please call 1-313-456-2300. Questions may also be emailed to OEO@michigan.gov.

MAKE A COPY OF THIS REPORT FOR YOUR RECORDS.

LARA is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program.

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Information for Service Providers

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q.Is MIWAM available for Third Party Administrators or must each of their Michigan clients fill out the Power of Attorney (POA)?

A.Service providers will be able to establish their own web account and upload a client file to obtain access to electronic services for their clients. The client file will serve as the POA.

Q.As a Service Provider, will I be able to access my client’s account and perform functions on their behalf?

A.Yes. When registering for MiWAM, there is the option to establish an Employer Representative web account. This type of account is essential for employer representatives (who do not have an account with the UIA) to perform various functions on behalf of an employer

Q.Must UIA clients whose wage listings are currently efiled re-register for MiWAM?

A.If your client currently has an EWAM account, he/she is not required to re-register for a MiWAM account; however service providers must re-register, to fully access all the new functions available in MiWAM. Service providers will receive a call from UIA to assist them with converting to MiWAM.

Q.Are there special requirements for electronic Bulk Filing? Are third party service providers able to send a single file or process a single file upload for their clients?

A.If the service provider has permission to file for their clients electronically, bulk files may contain no more than 999 records; however, you may submit as many bulk files as necessary. This limit is set to assure good response time and performance for all.

Q.Will MiWAM provide unemployment tax rates for our clients through an online download?

A.If the service provider has been given permission to view tax rates for their clients, the service provider can opt in for a service that provides the information detailed in the rate exchange file. On a quarterly basis, this is a file that will be placed on the service provider’s web account.

Q.Who do I contact if I have questions or need help with the system?

A.Contact the Office of Employer Ombudsman at 1-855-4UIAOEO (484-2636) or

(313)456-2300 or by email at OEO@michigan.gov. For technical support, please contact MiWAM support at (313) 456-2188 or MiWAMsupport@michigan.gov.

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Bulk Report Filing Formats

Bulk filing is an option for inputting multiple files at one time for companies with 25 or more employees or Service Providers, which usually represent several companies. The specs below represent one bulk file of reports in MiWAM. The file header will summarize all batches in the file including total number of combined reports and the total gross wages. The Tax portion of the file format will serve as a summary of the Wage portion of the file. Click here for a sample Bulk File Format.

Report Batch/File Header

Field Name

Data Type Size

 

Format

Description

Record Type

String

1

X(1)

Identifies the file header ("F")

Number of Combined

 

 

 

Recon Field - Should match the total number of Combined Reports in

Reports

Integer

7

9(7)

the batch

 

 

 

 

Recon Field - Should match the sum of the Total Gross Wage in the

Total Gross Wages

Integer

13

9(11)V99

batch

 

 

21

 

 

Tax portion of the Combined Report

Field Name

Data Type

Size

Format

Description

Record Type

String

1

X(1)

Identifies it as non Wage Data ("H")

Sequence

Integer

3

9(3)

Sequence of the Combined report in the batch

Employer Number

Integer

10

9(10)

Combines the employer number and multi-unit number

Quarter Ending

Integer

5

QCCYY

Q = 1,2,3 or 4

Gross Wages

Integer

13

9(11)V99

Gross Wages field on the tax portion of the Combined Report

Excess Wages

Integer

13

9(11)V99

Excess Wages field on the Combined Report

Workers 1st Month

Integer

6

9(6)

Number entered in the 1st Month field of the Combined Report

Workers 2nd Month

Integer

6

9(6)

Number entered in the 2nd Month field of the Combined Report

Workers 3rd Month

Integer

6

9(6)

Number entered in the 3rd Month field of the Combined Report

Final Report

Integer

1

9(1)

Final Report Check Box

Apportionment

Integer

1

9(1)

Apportionment Check Box

Amended Flag

Integer

1

9(1)

Amended Check Box

 

 

 

 

Recon Field - Should match the total number of Wage Records for this

Number of Wage Records Integer

7

9(7)

Combined Report

 

 

 

 

Recon Field - Should match the sum of the Gross Wages fields from

Total Gross Wages

Integer

13

9(11)V99

the Wage Records for this Combined Report

 

 

86

 

 

 

 

Wage portion of the Combined Report

Field Name

Data Type

Size

Format

Description

Record Type

String

1 X(1)

Identifies it as Wage Data ("W")

Employer Number

Integer

10 9(10)

Combines the employer number and multi-unit number

Quarter Ending

Integer

5 QCCYY

Q = 1, 2, 3 or 4

SSN

Integer

9 9(9)

Employee Social Security Number

Emp Last Name

String

16 X(16)

Employee Last Name

Emp First Name

String

12 X(12)

Employee First Name

Emp Middle In

String

1 X(1)

Employee Middle Initial

Emp Gross Wages

Currency

10 9(8)V99

Employee Gross Wages

Family Status Indicator

Integer

1 9(1)

Family Status Indicator

 

 

65

 

 

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export File Formats

With these export file formats, employers can download the information from Form UIA 1136, which is exported weekly, and the rate export files, which are exported on a quarterly basis.

Rate Tape Export File

Field Name

Data Type

Size

Format

Description

UIA 1136 Export File

Field Name

Data Type

Size

Format

Description

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Bulk Payment File Format

The file format below represents one bulk file of payments in MiWAM including a file/batch header and a payment detail section.

Payment Batch/File Header

Field Name

Data Type Size

 

Format

Description

 

 

 

 

 

Record Type

String

1

X(1)

Identifies the record as a header record ("H")

 

 

 

 

Recon Field - Should match the total number of Payments in

Number of Payments

Integer

7

9(7)

the batch

 

 

 

 

Recon Field - Should match the total amount of all payments

Total Payment Amount

Integer

13

9(11)V99

in the batch

 

 

21

 

 

Payment Detail Record

Field Name

Data Type Size

 

Format

Description

 

 

 

 

 

Record Type

String

1

X(1)

Identifies the record as a detail record ("P")

Employer Number

Integer

10

9(10)

Combines the employer number and multi-unit number

Quarter Ending

Integer

5

QCCYY

Q = 1,2,3 or 4

Payment Amount

Integer

13

9(11)V99

 

Payment Type

String

1

X(1)

R = Report, L = Loose, V = Voluntary

 

 

30

 

 

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Power of Attorney

Client File Format

The POA client format is used for:

Setting permissions in MiWAM for account access for clients

Establishing start dates for client level reporting for PEOs and to satisfy the UIA requirement for client level PEO reporting

Creating and submitting Work Opportunity Tax Credit applications

Accessing other unemployment matters

Power of Attorney (POA) Client File

Field Name

Data Type

Size

Format

Description

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Power of Attorney

Client File Format

Power of Attorney (POA) Client File

Field Name

Data Type

Size

Format

Description

PAge 25

Rick Snyder, Governor

State of Michigan

Steven H. Hilfinger, Director

Steve Arwood, Director

www.michigan.gov/uia

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