Updated March 8, 2021
What we'll cover
- Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training
- Rhode Island Division of Taxation
- Returning your completed forms
- Download these forms to get started
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 grant us Power of Attorney for each state where your company has a tax obligation. For example, if you operate in both Rhode Island and Connecticut, you must complete and return a power of attorney for both states.
We've got you covered. All you have to do is fill out your information, sign the form, and return it to us. We'll take it from there!
Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training
While there's no state-specific Power-of-Attorney form for Job Service Rhode Island, the state does accept the Federal Power-of-Attorney, IRS Form 2848.
- Download the IRS Form 2848 found at the bottom of this page
- Complete the following information:
- Section 1: The top portion regarding your business information
- Section 7: Signature of Taxpayer
- Return the completed form to OnPay
Rhode Island Division of Taxation
- Download and print the RI DOT POA found at the bottom of this page
- Complete all fields regarding your business information
- Taxpayer will need to sign at the bottom of the form
- The form will also need to be signed by a notary public and have a notary seal at the bottom of the second page before being returned to OnPay
Returning your completed forms
Email your completed Power of Attorney forms firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions, call us at (877)-328-6505. We'd love to help!