Posting Labor Insurance Annual Report

Prerequisites

This section explains the how to post the contents of the liable amount for fixed labor insurance fee list on the labor insurance fee statement.

Procedure

  1. In column (1), enter the labor insurance number.
  2. In column (2), enter the branch office area and name.
  3. In column (3), enter the following information:
  4. – Branch office address

    – Company name

    – Representative person

    – Telephone number

  5. Post the number of persons specified in the number of insured employees and total payment for labor insurance (for the average number of persons) subtotal column, in column (11).
  6. Post the value specified in the number of insured employees and total payment for labor insurance (for the average number of persons) subtotal column, in column (15).
  7. Post the number of persons specified in the number of insured employees and total payment for unemployment insurance (for the average number of persons) subtotal column, in column (12).
  8. Post the number of persons specified in the number of insured employees and total payment for unemployment insurance (for the average number of persons) 65 year or older employee column, in column (13).
  9. Post the value specified in the number of insured employees and total payment for unemployment insurance (for the average number of persons) subtotal column, in column (15)(i) labor insurance fee, or (15)(ha) unemployment insurance target employee.
  10. Post the value specified in the number of insured employees and total payment for unemployment insurance (for the average number of persons) 65 year or older employee column, in column (15)(ni) 65 year or older employee.
  11. Check if the accident insurance fee printed in column (16)(ro) has the same value as the calculated accident insurance.
  12. Check if the 65 year or older employee unemployment insurance fee printed in column (16)(ha) has the same value as the calculated 65 year or older employee unemployment insurance fee.
  13. Check if the estimated unemployment insurance fee printed in column (16)(ni) has the same value as the estimated unemployment insurance fee.
  14. Check if the labor insurance rate printed in column (16)(i) has the same value as the calculated labor insurance rate.
  15. Check if the accident insurance fee printed in column (17)(ha) has the same value as the accident insurance fee.
  16. Post the unemployment insurance fee calculated for 65 year or older employees, in column (17)(ha) unemployment insurance fee calculated for 65 year or older employees.
  17. Post the estimated unemployment insurance fee calculated, in column (17)(ni) estimated unemployment insurance fee.
  18. Post the estimated labor insurance fee calculated, in column (17)(i) estimated labor insurance fee.
  19. If necessary, specify the other columns in the list.

Result

The contents of the liable amount for fixed labor insurance fee list are posted in the labor

insurance fee statement.