USA State Payroll Rates + Resources: State of South Carolina: New Hire Reporting


The purpose of this documentation is to outline the processes and requirements associated with reporting new hires in the state of South Carolina. 

    New Hire Reporting

    In South Carolina, you are required to report new hires to South Carolina New Hire Reporting

    In accordance with Section 43-5-598 of the South Carolina Code of Laws and 42 USC Sec. 653a, all employers must report newly hired employees within 20 days after the employee's first day of work. 

    You'll need the following information for each new hire:

    • Employer Name

    • Employer Address

    • Employer Federal Identification Number

    • Employer Phone Number (optional)

    • Employee Name

    • Employee Address

    • Employee Social Security Number

    • Employee Date of Birth

    • Employee Date of Remuneration (first day of work)

    You can report new hires in several ways. The fastest is via the South Carolina New Hire Reporting website. Once there, click Register Now

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    You also have the option to complete the South Carolina New Hire Reporting Form. The completed form must be mailed or faxed to:

    South Carolina Department of Social Services, Child Support Services Division
    Attn: New Hire Reporting Program
    P.O. Box 1469
    Columbia, SC 29202-1469
    Fax: (804) 898 9100

    For further information, please visit the South Carolina Business One Stop website or call at (803) 898 5690.