Kan. Admin. Regs. § 110-21-5 - Reporting requirements
(a) Each qualified company shall file quarterly and annual reports for the term of the agreement. The quarterly reports shall be due within 30 days from the end of each calendar quarter following the effective date. One year after the effective date, the qualified company shall provide an annual report summarizing the quarterly report data. The annual report shall be due within 30 days of each subsequent effective date.
(b) Each quarterly report and each annual report shall include the following:
(1) The company name, address, and federal employer identification number;
(2) the PEAK agreement number;
(3) the effective date;
(4) the reporting period; and
(5) the PEAK jobs' median wage for the period.
(c) Each quarterly report shall include the following for each employee:
(1) The job title;
(2) the employee's name;
(3) the last four digits of the social security number or position number;
(4) the date hired in Kansas and, if applicable, the date terminated;
(5) the wages paid per hour;
(6) the number of hours worked per week; and
(7) the total wages for the quarter.
(d) Each quarterly report shall include the following for all PEAK jobs:
(1) The individual amount of payroll withholding tax retained and the amount remitted to the department of revenue for each PEAK job;
(2) the total amount of payroll withholding tax retained and remitted to department of revenue for all PEAK jobs during the period; and
(3) any other relevant information as deemed necessary by the secretary, including the following:
(A) A copy of the qualified company's Kansas department of labor quarterly wage report and unemployment return, form K-CNS 100, for the period; and
(B) a copy of the qualified company's department of revenue monthly Kansas withholding tax deposit reports, form KW-5, for the period.
(e) Each annual report shall include the following:
(1) Total wages of PEAK jobs and PEAK-eligible jobs;
(2) the annual average number of PEAK jobs and how many of those jobs are PEAK-eligible jobs;
(3) the total payroll withholding taxes remitted to the department of revenue for the PEAK jobs and a separate total of five percent remitted for PEAK-eligible jobs;
(4) the total PEAK benefits for PEAK-eligible jobs for the period;
(5) the total capital investment for the period;
(6) the qualified company's certification that it continues to meet program eligibility requirements, including supplying requested documentation; and
(7) a copy of the company's department of revenue annual withholding tax deposit report, KW-3 form, as filed during the period.
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