Reminder: Paid Family and Medical Leave Quarter 3 reporting ends Oct. 31

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Paid Family and Medical Leave
Q3 reporting ends Oct. 31

No payroll? No report. You do not have to file a report for quarters where you had no hours worked or wages.

Q3 2019 reporting deadline


The employer reporting period for Quarter 3 is October 1-31, 2019.

For more information about reporting, including instructions and video tutorials, visit our Reporting page.

Please note: It may take 48 hours for a balance due to show on your account once you have submitted your report.

ICYMI: 6 Things to Know about Paid Leave

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We have released a new video and FAQ you can share with your employees about how they can be there for care when life happens. You can find this new video that answers six common questions about the program, and the accompanying FAQ, on the About page of our website.

We're here to help

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I overpaid. When will I get a refund or credit?

Why did my bank reject my ACH payment?

I am an LLC or sole proprietor. I have no employees and do not want to opt in. Do I have to report?

I am a third-party administrator – do I need a power of attorney to report for my clients?

You can also visit our Support page for more information and assistance with commonly asked questions.

Tips for contacting us:

We experience high call volumes during reporting periods. Before calling, please consider reading our FAQs and getting more info on our website at

Our Customer Care Team is available to assist by phone at 833-717-2273 from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. PST M-F, or by email at