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354.52 REPORTS.

Subdivision 1.

[Repealed, 1974 c 289 s 59]

Subd. 2.

[Repealed, 2000 c 461 art 3 s 47]

Subd. 2a. Postretirement income reporting.

Each employing unit must report to the executive director the amount of income earned during the previous fiscal year by each retiree for teaching service performed after retirement. This shall be done through the payroll reporting system and is based on reemployment income as defined in section 354.44, subdivision 5. Submitting the salary data through payroll reporting has the force and effect of an oath as to the correctness of the amount of postretirement reemployment income earned.

Subd. 3.Deduction requirements.

Every pay period, each employer shall deduct and withhold from the salary of every teacher who is a member of the fund the amount required under section 354.42. At the time of each deduction, the employer shall also furnish to each teacher a statement showing the amount of the deduction.

Subd. 4.Reporting and remittance requirements.

An employer shall remit all amounts due to the association and furnish a statement indicating the amount due and transmitted with any other information required by the executive director. If an amount due is not received by the association within 14 calendar days of the payroll warrant, the amount accrues interest at an annual rate of 8.5 percent compounded annually from the due date until the amount is received by the association. All amounts due and other employer obligations not remitted within 60 days of notification by the association must be certified to the commissioner of management and budget who shall deduct the amount from any state aid or appropriation amount applicable to the employing unit.

Subd. 4a.Member data reporting requirements.

(a) An employing unit must provide the member data specified in paragraph (b) in a format prescribed by the executive director. Data changes and the dates of those changes under this subdivision must be reported to the association in a format prescribed by the executive director on an ongoing basis within 14 calendar days after the date of the end of the payroll cycle in which they occur. These data changes must be reported with the payroll cycle data under subdivision 4b.

(b) Data on the member includes:

(1) legal name, address, date of birth, association member number, employer-assigned employee number, and Social Security number;

(2) association status, including, but not limited to, basic, coordinated, exempt annuitant, exempt technical college teacher, and exempt independent contractor or consultant;

(3) employment status, including, but not limited to, full time, part time, intermittent, substitute, or part-time mobility;

(4) employment position, including, but not limited to, teacher, superintendent, principal, administrator, or other;

(5) employment activity, including, but not limited to, hire, termination, resumption of employment, disability, or death;

(6) leaves of absence;

(7) county district number assigned by the association for the employing unit;

(8) data center identification number, if applicable;

(9) gender;

(10) position code; and

(11) other information as may be required by the executive director.

Subd. 4b.Payroll cycle reporting requirements.

An employing unit shall provide the following data to the association for payroll warrants on an ongoing basis within 14 calendar days after the date of the payroll warrant in a format prescribed by the executive director:

(1) association member number;

(2) employer-assigned employee number;

(3) Social Security number;

(4) amount of each salary deduction;

(5) amount of salary as defined in section 354.05, subdivision 35, from which each deduction was made;

(6) reason for payment;

(7) service credit;

(8) the beginning and ending dates of the payroll period covered and the date of actual payment;

(9) fiscal year of salary earnings;

(10) total remittance amount including employee, employer, and additional employer contributions;

(11) reemployed annuitant salary under section 354.44, subdivision 5; and

(12) other information as may be required by the executive director.

[See Note.]

Subd. 4c.MNSCU service credit reporting.

For all part-time service rendered on or after July 1, 2004, the service credit reporting requirement in subdivision 4b for all part-time employees of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system must be met by the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system reporting to the association on or before July 31 of each year the final calculation of each part-time member's service credit for the immediately preceding fiscal year based on the employee's assignments for the fiscal year.

Subd. 4d.Annual base salary reporting.

An employing unit must provide the following data to the association on or before June 30 of each fiscal year:

(1) annual base salary, as defined in section 354.05, subdivision 41; and

(2) beginning and ending dates for the regular school work year.

[See Note.]

Subd. 5.Liability for moneys.

The commissioner of management and budget, the several county treasurers, and the treasurers of the various school districts and institutions to which the provisions of this chapter apply shall be officially liable for the receipt, handling, and disbursement of all moneys coming into their hands belonging to the fund and the sureties on the official bonds of each of these treasurers and the commissioner of management and budget shall be liable for such moneys the same as for all other moneys belonging to the school funds of this state.

Subd. 6.Noncompliance consequences.

(a) An employing unit that does not comply with the reporting requirements under subdivision 2a, 4a, 4b, or 4d, must pay a fine of $5 per calendar day until the association receives the required data.

(b) If the annual base salary required to be reported under subdivision 4d has not been settled or determined as of June 16, the fine commences if the annual base salary has not been reported to the association within 14 days following the settlement date.

[See Note.]

NOTE: Subdivision 4b was amended by Laws 2010, chapter 359, article 7, section 4, effective July 1, 2012. When effective, the subdivision will read as follows:

"Subd. 4b.Payroll cycle reporting requirements.

An employing unit shall provide the following data to the association for payroll warrants on an ongoing basis within 14 calendar days after the date of the payroll warrant in a format prescribed by the executive director:

(1) association member number;

(2) employer-assigned employee number;

(3) Social Security number;

(4) amount of each salary deduction;

(5) amount of salary as defined in section 354.05, subdivision 35, from which each deduction was made;

(6) reason for payment;

(7) the beginning and ending dates of the payroll period covered and the date of actual payment;

(8) fiscal year of salary earnings;

(9) total remittance amount including employee, employer, and additional employer contributions;

(10) reemployed annuitant salary under section 354.44, subdivision 5; and

(11) other information as may be required by the executive director."

NOTE: Subdivision 4d, as added, and the amendment to subdivision 6 by Laws 2010, chapter 359, article 7, sections 5 and 6, are effective July 1, 2011. Laws 2010, chapter 359, article 7, sections 5 and 6, the effective dates.

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