Form OS2000 "Unemployment Insurance Online Services Employer Information Access and Transaction Authorization Form" - New York

What Is Form OS2000?

This is a legal form that was released by the New York State Department of Labor - a government authority operating within New York. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on December 1, 2020;
  • The latest edition provided by the New York State Department of Labor;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
  • Quick to customize;
  • Compatible with most PDF-viewing applications;
  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

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Unemployment Insurance Online Services
UI Employer Information Access and Transaction Authorization Form
This is not a power of attorney. Do not mail this form to the Labor Department.
Part 1 – Employer Information
Employer EIN
Employer Registration Number
Legal Name of Business
Part 2 – Representative Information
Representative’s Firm Name (or individual’s name if self employed)
Part 3 – Unemployment Insurance Matters Covered by this Authorization
The representative is authorized to perform Unemployment Insurance (UI) Information Business Services for the employer as a
filing agent. The representative/filing agent is authorized to access the Unemployment Insurance Employer Information page
and is authorized to access the employer’s UI informatio n and provide the following services through the UI Online Services
website:
File an NYS-45
Wage Reporting Upload
Change Business Address/Phone Number
File an NYS-1
Part 4 – Signature
By signing below, I certify that I act on the employer’s behalf as a:
Corporate officer
Partner (not a limited partner)
Member or manager of a limited liability company
I have the authority to execute this authorization for the employer.
I understand and agree that by signing and giving this form to the employer’s representative:
I authorize the representative to access the employer’s Unemployment Insurance Online Services account
information
I authorize the representative to file returns and make payments online and to use this signed authorization as the
employer’s signature on transactions
If performing the above functions requires electronic fund transfers, I further:
Authorize the New York State Department of Labor, and its designated agents, to take the money from the financial
institution account indicated in the transaction and allow that financial institution to debit the entry to the employer’s
account
Understand and agree that I must check, on a timely basis, such online transactions as the employer’s representative
may initiate and verify that they are true, correct, and complete
I understand and agree that I can revoke the representative’s access and authority to make employer transactions at any time.
Signature
Date
Retention Information
The representative must keep a copy of this authorization form for the length of the authorization plus three years.
No Revocation of Prior UI Contributions Information Authorization(s)
Executing and providing this authorization to the representative does not cancel any prior authorizations that have been made.
OS 2000 (12/20)
Unemployment Insurance Online Services
UI Employer Information Access and Transaction Authorization Form
This is not a power of attorney. Do not mail this form to the Labor Department.
Part 1 – Employer Information
Employer EIN
Employer Registration Number
Legal Name of Business
Part 2 – Representative Information
Representative’s Firm Name (or individual’s name if self employed)
Part 3 – Unemployment Insurance Matters Covered by this Authorization
The representative is authorized to perform Unemployment Insurance (UI) Information Business Services for the employer as a
filing agent. The representative/filing agent is authorized to access the Unemployment Insurance Employer Information page
and is authorized to access the employer’s UI informatio n and provide the following services through the UI Online Services
website:
File an NYS-45
Wage Reporting Upload
Change Business Address/Phone Number
File an NYS-1
Part 4 – Signature
By signing below, I certify that I act on the employer’s behalf as a:
Corporate officer
Partner (not a limited partner)
Member or manager of a limited liability company
I have the authority to execute this authorization for the employer.
I understand and agree that by signing and giving this form to the employer’s representative:
I authorize the representative to access the employer’s Unemployment Insurance Online Services account
information
I authorize the representative to file returns and make payments online and to use this signed authorization as the
employer’s signature on transactions
If performing the above functions requires electronic fund transfers, I further:
Authorize the New York State Department of Labor, and its designated agents, to take the money from the financial
institution account indicated in the transaction and allow that financial institution to debit the entry to the employer’s
account
Understand and agree that I must check, on a timely basis, such online transactions as the employer’s representative
may initiate and verify that they are true, correct, and complete
I understand and agree that I can revoke the representative’s access and authority to make employer transactions at any time.
Signature
Date
Retention Information
The representative must keep a copy of this authorization form for the length of the authorization plus three years.
No Revocation of Prior UI Contributions Information Authorization(s)
Executing and providing this authorization to the representative does not cancel any prior authorizations that have been made.
OS 2000 (12/20)