Gusto, a payroll firm, erroneously sent an email concerning unemployment premiums advising Colorado businesses to contact the Colorado Department of Treasury for Q3 tax filings.
The email concerns Unemployment Insurance premium reports that are filed with the Unemployment Insurance Division of the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, according to a press release from the Department of Treasury.
In an email sent to Colorado businesses, Gusto suggests that employers contact the Department of Treasury to resolve issues with or to activate their account. However, according to the Treasury Department, employers should contact the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment or Gusto.
The letter to Colorado businesses warns recipients that their Q3 tax filings are incomplete and payroll could be blocked in 13 days.