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Contributions Contacts - Unemployment Insurance

The Contributions Division is dedicated to ensuring that eligible citizens of Maryland have access to unemployment insurance benefits when and if it is necessary. Our responsibilities include collecting quarterly unemployment insurance contributions from liable employers and paying unemployment benefits to entitled individuals.

Contact information for the Contributions Division is listed below:

Please contact the Employer Call Center between the hours of 8:00 a.m. ET to 4:30 p.m. ET at 410-949-0033 if you have questions relating to:

  • Your employer account
  • Your experience rate
  • Your benefit charge correspondence
  • Tax Enforcement
  • Litigation & Bankruptcy
  • Accounts Receivable, Refunds, or Payment Processing
  • Reimbursing Employer
  • Federal Treasury Offset Program
  • License and Tax Clearance
  • Legal Collections

You may also reach us by by sending questions or comments to us at:

Mailing Address:
Contributions Division
1100 N. Eutaw Street, Room 411
Baltimore, Maryland 21201

Legal Collections
Inquiries related to legal actions filed to collect delinquent unemployment insurance taxes.
E-mail address:

Litigation & Bankruptcy
Inquiries related to legal actions filed to collect overpaid unemployment insurance benefits paid to claimants and bankruptcy inquiries.
E-mail address:

Lockbox Addresses
Find a list of lockboxes. Employers and agents can submit checks to these lockboxes.

**Employers may register for an unemployment insurance account at the Maryland Comptroller's Office website.

**Employers may obtain the specifications for submitting quarterly Contribution/Employment Reports via FTP.

**Please note that claimant inquiries related to unemployment insurance benefits should be directed to a live agent at 667-207-6520.

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