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Report to Determine Liability for Domestic Employment (UI-1 DOM)

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Last Revised: 2/19/2013

If you or your organization paid a domestic worker or combination of domestic workers cash wages totaling at least $1,000 in acalendar quarter during the current or preceding four years, you or your organization is an employer liable under theUnemployment Insurance Act. Cash wages include payment by check, but do not include payments in kind, such as room and board. A domestic worker is an individual who performs domestic service in a private home, local college club, or local chapter of a college sorority or fraternity. Common types of domestic employees are: live-in companions, housekeepers, butlers, maids, chauffeurs and baby sitters. Baby sitting, laundry or other services performed outside the home of the person or organization for which the services are provided do not constitute domestic service.