REVENUE AND TAXATION
63-3077A. Agreements for exchange of information and joint administration with department of labor. (a) The state tax commission and the department of labor may enter into a written agreement for exchange of information relating to tax laws administered by the state tax commission and the employment security law administered by the department of labor. Any information so exchanged shall be confidential information in the hands of the recipient thereof and may be used only for the following:
(1) Determining whether the person to whom the information relates may have an undischarged duty or liability under the employment security law or the tax laws administered by the state tax commission, the amount of such liability, the person’s whereabouts, social security number, and information helpful in collecting any liability due.
(2) Administering any joint agreement between the department of labor and the state tax commission relating to employment security taxes and income tax withholding for the common registration of employers, common tax reporting forms, centralized filing and processing of forms.
(3) Administration of the state directory of new hires provided in chapter 16, title 72, Idaho Code.
(b) No such information shall be public information unless it is used in the course of a judicial proceeding arising under the employment security law or the tax laws administered by the state tax commission.
(c) An agreement made pursuant to this section may provide for the offset of any refunds owed to any person by either party to the agreement against any tax liability, overpayment of benefits liability, and any penalties and interest thereon owed to either party to the agreement. No offset may be made unless the liability against which it is applied is final, without any further right on the part of the person owing the liability to either administrative or judicial review.
[63-3077A, added 1985, ch. 23, sec. 1, p. 40; am. 1998, ch. 230, sec. 5, p. 787; am. 2006, ch. 38, sec. 4, p. 115; am. 2007, ch. 360, sec. 23, p. 1085.]