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What is an EDI 153 Unemployment Insurance Tax Claim or Charge Information Document?

EDI 153 is an ANSI X12 transaction set that contains information related to the charge made to employers’ unemployment insurance tax account. This transaction set can be used for the following reasons:

  • To notify employers or other agencies about the possible tax charge
  • To help employers respond to the notice with supplemental information to ensure chargeability of the claim

The data contents and format of EDI 153 Unemployment Insurance Tax Claim or Charge Information are to be used within the EDI environment. It is divided into various segments and data elements.

Workflow for the Exchange of an EDI 153 Unemployment Insurance Tax Claim or Charge Information Document

Employment security agencies use this transaction set for sending notices to the employers and tax agencies about the unemployment insurance tax charge. Employers also use the same EDI transaction set to respond to the notice, which might result in a change in the claim’s charge. Employers can also use EDI 153 for notifying the representative of the claimant to protest a claim.

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