Updated October 2, 2023
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Why is this important?
OnPay works with government entities on your behalf, reporting new hires to state labor departments, calculating tax rates, paying taxes and insurance contributions, and filing financial reports. To do this effectively, you will need to authorize us to act on your behalf with tax offices for each state where your company has a tax obligation.
For example, if you operate in both Nevada and California, you must complete and return a power of attorney for both states.
Department of Employment
Third-Party Authorization (TPA) for the Nevada Department of Employment
OnPay works with government entities on your behalf, reporting new hires to state labor departments, calculating tax rates, and filing financial reports. To do this effectively, you must add OnPay as your third-party agent. Please follow the instructions below to do so.
- Log in to your Secure NV UI Account
- Click Maintain Users in the left menu
- Click User Information in the left menu
- Click Add next to "External Account Authorizations (Reporting Services)"
- Enter our name, OnPay Tax Disbursement LLC, in the "Agent Name" box, and click Search
- OnPay Tax Disbursement, LLC should be an option, but verify us by our FEIN (35-2647026)
- Click the bubble beside our info, and then click Select
- Choose the Auth Level of "View and Update an Employer's "Quarterly"
- Check the box in the Important Information to the right
- Click Next
- Completing these steps will give us access to filing your returns electronically.
Power of Attorney (POA) for the Nevada Department of Employment
- Download the Nevada DOE POA found at the bottom of this page
- Complete all fields regarding your business name and address
- The employer or business owner will need to sign and date the form at the bottom, along with their printed name and email address
- Email your completed Power of Attorney form email@example.com