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     Idaho Statutes

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67-5772.  Remittance of contributions — Collection of delinquencies. (1) Between the first and twentieth day of each month, each employer, or, where the employer’s payroll is paid separately by departments, each department of each employer, shall remit to the director of the department of administration all contributions required of it and its employees on the basis of salaries paid by it during the previous month. These remittances shall be accompanied by such reports as required by rules of the director of the department of administration.
(2)  If any employer shall fail or refuse to remit any such contributions within thirty (30) days after the date due, the director of the department of administration may certify to the state treasurer the fact of such failure or refusal and the amount of the delinquent contribution or contributions, together with a request that such amount be set over from funds of the delinquent employer to the credit of the group insurance fund. A copy of such certification and request shall be furnished the delinquent employer.
(3)  Within ten (10) days after receipt of such request, the state controller shall draw his warrant for payment of such amount out of moneys in the state treasury allocated to the use of such employer during the current fiscal year. If such moneys are not so available, the director of the department of administration shall take any legal steps necessary to collect such amount.

[(67-5772) I.C., sec. 59-1214, as added by 1975, ch. 55, sec. 3, p. 117; am. and redesig. 1980, ch. 106, sec. 21, p. 240; am. 1993, ch. 221, sec. 14, p. 755; am. 1994, ch. 180, sec. 224, p. 560.]

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