The following links contain brief synopses of the types of notices you may receive and what to expect after you appeal.
I have received a notice from the Unemployment Insurance Program. Select the notice you have received:
I have not received a notice but want information regarding the Employer Appeal Process:
Whenever a determination is made that affects your tax liability, a written notice is sent to you or personally delivered. Each determination provides separate appeal rights; in all cases, an appeal must be made in writing and within the time period specified in the notice.
It is extremely important to submit any appeal within the time frame indicated.
After an original determination, the levels of appeal usually are:
- Level 1. Reconsidered Determination (tax cases). Appeals Tribunal Hearing (benefit cases).
- Level 2. Appeals Board Hearing (tax cases).
- Level 3. Arizona Tax Court.
- Level 4. Arizona Court of Appeals.
Read each determination carefully. It will provide you with information on how to appeal and your deadline for appealing.
Everyone who is a party, representative or witness in an appeal MUST register to participate in an Unemployment Insurance Tax or Benefits hearing. Learn more about the registration process.
View past UI Tax Appeals Board decisions.