Quarterly wage reports and tax payments are due by the last day of the month following the end of the quarter.
Due Dates for Employer’s Quarterly Reports & Payments
|For Wages Paid During||Calendar Quarter Ends||Due||Must be Filed & Paid By|
|Jan, Feb, Mar||March 31||April 1||April 30|
|Apr, May, Jun||June 30||July 1||July 31|
|Jul, Aug, Sep||September 30||October 1||October 31|
|Oct, Nov, Dec||December 31||January 1||January 31|
Penalties and interest are assessed on late reports and tax payments. To calculate penalties and interest, visit Texas Workforce Commission's Unemployment Tax Services - Computation Worksheet for Unemployment Tax, Interest and Penalty Due.
If the due date for a report or tax payment falls on Saturday, Sunday or a legal holiday on which Texas Workforce Commission offices are closed, reports and payments are considered timely if they are received on or before the following business day.
Reminder – Only employers with granted electronic hardship waivers can submit reports and payments by mail.
Cashier - Texas Workforce Commission
P.O. Box 149037
Austin, TX 78714-9037
Please write your account number on your check.
For domestic-only employers who have previously elected to report and pay taxes on an annual basis, quarterly reports and taxes become due on January 1 and are required to be reported and paid no later than January 31 on wages for employment paid in the preceding calendar year. For more information on electing to pay annually, see our page on Domestic Employment.