EDD Mailing Employer Statement of Charges to Unemployment Insurance Reserve Account

This September, the California Employment Development Department (EDD) will mail your annual Statement of Charges to Reserve Account, DE 428T. The statement will be mailed to your current mailing address on file with the EDD. If there is an address change and/or agent updates, you will need to notify the EDD immediately in order for your DE 428T to be sent to the correct address.

This statement notifies you of the Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefit charges and credits to your reserve account during the fiscal year July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018. The itemized charges to your reserve account are based on the UI benefits paid to your former employees. These charges may increase your UI contribution rate for the 2019 tax year, so it is important to review your DE 428T for accuracy.

To dispute any of the charges listed on the DE 428T, you may file a protest. Your protest must be in writing and postmarked within 60 days from the issued date on the DE 428T. For further information, please refer to the Explanation and Instruction Sheet-Statement of Charges to Reserve Account, DE 428C, included with the DE 428T, or call the EDD Taxpayer Assistance Center at 1-888-745-3886. The DE 428C is also available online.

Source: EDD Second Quarter Newsletter  |  2018 © Copyright Payroll Masters

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