Businesses and individual taxpayers can complete a workers' compensation exempt form by visiting their state's government website, reviewing eligibility and filing requirements, inputting all necessary data and paying all applicable fees, according to the Tennessee Division of Business Filings, Indiana Department of Revenue and New York State government websites. Depending on the state, filers can complete the form online, or they may need to print out and mail in the form.
To complete a workers' compensation exempt form, follow the steps below.
- Review requirements
- Complete the form
- Pay applicable fees
Businesses and individual taxpayers must meet eligibility requirements to receive exemption status, states the Tennessee Division of Business Filings. The requirements may vary by state, so filers should access their state's government website to review all rules and requirements.
Most states offer the exemption form on the government website, while other states require applicants to mail in forms and fees. Applicants may need the following information to register: business entity name, Secretary of State control number, Federal Employer Identification Number from the IRS, state contractor's license number and expiration date and business license number and expiration date.
Fees vary by state, so pay all applicable filing fees to complete registration. Some states allow filers to pay online with a credit or debit card, but this option may include an additional convenience fee. Filers may also be able to print out the form and mail it in along with a check.