Pandemic Unemployment Assistance: How to Upload Tax Information to ReEmployME 

Upload Instructions

If you have received the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance 2019 Tax Documents Request notification from the Department of Labor, please use one of the following resources for instructions on how to upload tax information through the ReEmployMe system:


Frequently Asked Questions about uploading tax information through the ReEmployMe system.

No. Self-employed PUA recipients whose net profit in 2019 is below $15,224 and those who worked for an employer (W2 wages) whose gross wages were below $15,224, will continue to receive the minimum benefit of $172 a week, and do not need to upload any information.

Yes. Independent contractors, small business owners, and those who are self-employed who are not incorporated are eligible for PUA benefits and may upload their proof of 2019 Income.

Yes. You may upload 2019 Income documents for each employer and for any businesses you owned in 2019. However, you may only upload one proof of income for each employer or business and must upload each one separately. Once you have completed uploading proof of income for one employer or business, there is a link to go back to the beginning to upload additional proof of income for another employer or business.

For self-employed individuals use your 2019 Federal form 1040 AND upload the following:
  • Schedule C – Profit or Loss from Business – Sole Proprietorship (Enter line 31 for calculation of benefits)
  • Schedule F – Profit or Loss from Farming (Enter line 34 for calculation of benefits)
  • Schedule J – Income Averaging for Farmers or Fishermen (Enter line 22 for the calculation of benefits)
  • Schedule K-1 (Form 1065) – Partners share of income, deductions, credits (Enter line 14 for the calculation of benefits)
For income reported on a W2 which is exempted from regular Unemployment Insurance upload your 2019 W2.

Accepted document formats are: Adobe (.pdf), Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx), or you may take a picture of the document and save it as an image files (.gif, .jpg, .jpeg, .png, or. bmp). Note: The maximum size for each document is 1 MB.

You will receive written communication either by mail or through your ReEmployME correspondence stating the document was rejected. You will have the ability to remove the item and upload a new document.