Are Oregon quarterly taxes delayed?

Are Oregon quarterly taxes delayed?

Oregon has not postponed the first-quarter income tax estimated tax payment due date for 2021. Estimated tax payments are still due April 15, 2021.

How do I file quarterly taxes in Oregon?

Quarterly filing, choose an option:

  1. Oregon Payroll Reporting System (OPRS) electronic filing.
  2. Combined Payroll Tax Reports Form OQ.
  3. Interactive voice response system, call (503) 378-3981. Use only to report quarters with no payroll or no hours worked.

What Quarterly reports are due?

You must file both a Quarterly Contribution Return and Report of Wages (DE 9) and the Quarterly Contribution Return and Report of Wages (Continuation) (DE 9C) each quarter.

On what day must quarterly reports be filed?

Quarterly reports are due by the 15th day after the last day of each calendar quarter, except the year-end report which is due by January 31 of the following year.

How does the quarterly report work in Oregon?

The Oregon Quarterly reports and computes the tax due for Unemployment Insurance, State Withholding, TriMet District, Lane Transit District, and the Workers’ Benefit Fund assessment. Some information on this screen is pre-filled or unavailable for editing based on information entered on previous screens.

How to find out how much tax is due in Oregon?

Oregon Combined Quarterly Report- Form OQ Use this form to determine how much tax is due each quarter for state unemployment insurance, withholding, Tri-Met & Lane Transit excise taxes, and the Workers’ Benefit Fund.

How are payroll taxes reported in the state of Oregon?

Oregon uses a Combined Payroll Tax Reporting System to report all payroll taxes together. The BIN serves as the employer’s account number when reporting payroll taxes.

What are the benefits of OPRs in Oregon?

An OPRS Steering Committee meets regularly and includes Oregon business owners to help take employer needs into account. This new application benefits for employers including: An easier, faster, and more user-friendly way to file payroll tax reports

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