MyUI+ users will see the new Claim Status Tracker when they login to MyUI+. Users can now check the status of their claim(s), see pending issues and complete required action items in the Claim Status Tracker.


Pay Premiums and Report Wages


Premiums are contributions paid by Colorado employers to help protect the economy. Each year, we determine premium rates for employers based on a number of factors, including the amount of money already paid and unemployment benefit payments made to former employees. 

Premium Rates Page

Your premium and wage reports are due quarterly.

  • April 30: Quarter 1 reports are due for wages paid in January, February, March.
  • July 31: Quarter 2 reports are due for wages paid in April, May, June.
  • October 31: Quarter 3 reports are due for wages paid in July, August, September.
  • January 31: Quarter 4 reports are due for wages paid in October, November, December.

You can report your wages in MyUI Employer+.  If you are still filing wage reports by paper, you will need to sign up for a MyUI Employer+ account and file online.



File your wage reports, pay premiums, view your account status, balances and rates, and contact customer service through MyUI Employer+.

Learn more about MyUI Employer+

​Go Paperless

The new MyUI Employer+ system will default all users to electronic communication. You can apply for a waiver to continue to use paper communication within the MyUI Employer+ portal, or you can call Employer Services at 303-318-9100.

Reporting Adjustments

You can adjust premiums and wage information in the new MyUI Employer+ system, or use the following forms if you have a waiver to use paper communications:

Unemployment Insurance Quarterly-Report Adjustment, UITR-3

Multiple Quarter Adjustment of Workers' Wages, UITR-6a

Social Security Number Corrections, UITR-6c

Types of Payments that Constitute Wages

Review our chart to assist you with what types of payments are considered wages under Colorado unemployment law.​

Types of Payments Considered Wages

Wages in Multiple States

Colorado's unemployment law provides guidelines for deciding where to report multi-state workers. Visit the Wages in Multiple States page for more information.

Waiver to Send Paper Reports

Please update your contact information in your MyUI Employer+ account.


Contact Us

Colorado Division of Unemployment Insurance | 303-318-9100 | Contact Us