California: Employers who are required to provide unemployment insurance to its employees, but notify all employees that may be eligible for Federal EIC within one week before or after providing the employee with their W-2.
Illinois: Employers who are required to provide unemployment insurance to its employees, must notify employee’s whose gross wages do not exceed the maximum amount that might qualify for Federal EIC.
Louisiana: Employers with 20 or more employees must notify new employees whose wages will be $40,000 or less that they may be eligible for Federal EIC
New Jersey: Employers in the state of New Jersey, must notify all employees with a written statement provided by the state of the availability of both the Federal and State EIC eligibility
Texas: Employers in Texas must notify all employees of Federal EIC eligibility in one of 4 methods:
- In Person
- Flyer, stuffer
- First Class Mail
Virginia: Must notify employees of Federal EIC eligibility by posted a notice in the same location as they post other employee notices