Matrix Claims Management is a full-service unemployment cost control service company committed to bottom-line results. Matrix professionals have been providing unemployment claims and tax management services for over 25 years.
On average, one mismanaged unemployment claim can cost an employer between $5,000 and $7,000. A few mismanaged claims or missed deadlines can snowball and have a significant financial impact upon your organization. Why not let professionals manage this cost of doing business for you, so you can focus on your area of expertise?
Unemployment tax management begins the day you decide to hire a new employee. We can guide you through the process of making sound employment decisions, assist with proper documentation in the disciplinary process and help you manage outcomes when good employees go bad.
We also have the expertise to look for additional tax saving opportunities such as voluntary contributions, common or joint account rating and provide consultation on the effects of corporate changes, including mergers and acquisitions.
When it comes to unemployment management, you want a company that knows the territory.
Managing unemployment claims is the key to minimizing state unemployment tax rates. State unemployment laws, regulations and interpretations differ. It makes sense to hire professionals to protect your interests and minimize your costs. Our objective is to win claim decisions in the initial stages thus limiting the time and energy your staff has to devote to the process.
A 2007 study discovered $1.9 billion in unemployment insurance claim overpayments. Over $5.5 million of the overpayments were attributable to employment separation issues. Each unemployment claim has the potential to affect your tax rate. Several mismanaged claims can result in significant tax increases.
Unemployment claims management must be part of a comprehensive action plan to achieve bottom-line results. Managing unemployment claims is an important part of the Matrix cost control solution.
A tax you can control
The U.S. Department of Labor provides information about the unemployment insurance programs in each state. Click an area on the map or select a link from the list below the map to be directed to information about your specific state:
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