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A health care provider’s response to a request for an award on undisputed facts in regard to an application for direct payment medical fee dispute.
The Division of Employment Security may consider an employer who provides, or "leases", employees to another business to be a "lessor employing unit". The business to whom the employees are provided is termed a "client lessee".
The Missouri Employment Security Law states that a lessor employing unit will be responsible for reporting all wages paid and be liable for contributions (tax) due on the wages paid.
- The lessor employing unit has the option to make a financial guarantee to the Division to pay contributions due. The lessor may guarantee payment by posting and maintaining a surety bond, depositing securities, providing an irrevocable letter of credit, or obtaining a certificate of deposit. This action will relieve the lessor's clients of any liability. It will also allow the lessor to report all employees on one quarterly return.
If the lessor does not make a financial guarantee to the Division that contributions will be paid, the client lessee will be jointly liable for contributions due on wages paid to the employees provided to it. In order to identify the employees provided to each client lessee, the lessor must file a separate quarterly return for each client lessee.
To maintain correct records, the Division requires the lessor to submit a quarterly list of its clients.
NOTE: The above provisions do not apply to private employment agencies who provide their employees to others on a temporary help basis.
An informational brochure regarding unemployment tax information for 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Corporations regarding exemptions, voluntary election of coverage and reporting requirements.