Withholding taxes at time and in manner other than required by federal law
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Notwithstanding the provisions of ORS 316.197 (Payment to department by employer):
(1) When adherence to the federal withholding system creates an undue burden on an employer, the employer may request and the Department of Revenue may permit that taxes be withheld and paid over within a time and in a manner other than that required under federal law.
(2) If the department permits the modification of the time and manner of withholding and payment of taxes under this section the method of withholding and payment permitted shall, whenever possible, provide for withholding and payment in a manner similar to that required for other employers required to deduct and retain similar amounts of income taxes from wages paid to their employees in Oregon.
(3) The department shall adopt rules establishing the manner in which an employer may request a modification under this section, and may by rule prescribe a modification of the time and manner of withholding and payment of taxes in such instances as it considers necessary. The department may adopt by rule any exceptions to federal withholding requirements that have been adopted by the Internal Revenue Service. [1985 c.87 §2]
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