Nevada Public Financial Administration

Sec. § 353C.176
Withholding of income: Notice to withhold binding on employer; employer may deduct amount for reimbursement of costs; delivery of withheld money by employer by check or electronic transfer.


1.

A notice to withhold income pursuant to NRS 353C.171 is binding upon any employer of the person to whom it is mailed. To reimburse the employer for his or her costs in making the withholding, the employer may deduct $3 from the amount paid to the person each time the employer makes a withholding.

2.

Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3:

(a)

An employer may deliver money withheld to the State Controller by check or electronic transfer of money.

(b)

If an employer receives notices to withhold income pursuant to NRS 353C.171 for more than one employee, the employer may consolidate the amounts of money that are payable to the State Controller and pay those amounts with one check, but the employer shall attach to each check a statement identifying by name and social security number each person for whom payment is made and the amount transmitted for that person.

3.

If the provisions of NRS 353.1467 apply, the employer shall make payment to the State Controller by any method of electronic transfer of money allowed by the State Controller. If an employer makes such payment by electronic transfer of money, the employer shall transmit separately the name and appropriate identification number, if any, of each person for whom payment is made and the amount transmitted for that person.

4.

As used in this section, “electronic transfer of money” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 353.1467.
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