Verify the second state’s worker’s compensation payroll calculate exists. If not create it.

Open 5-3-1 payroll calculation and create a second workers comp calculation.
Enter the number for the new workers compensation calculation.
Enter Description.
Select tax type 11-workers compensation.
Select Cal Type 3-Employer cost.
Select Calc Method 17-Tables.
Enter the state abbreviation in the Tax State.
Open 5-3-2 Workers’ compensation table and […]

Resolution for '17-Tables issue: 'Workers compensation is not computing for a second state.' available: Yes.

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