The Division must maintain a separate account for each employer. The Division must credit the employer's account with all contributions paid by the
employer or on the employer's behalf and must charge the employer's account for benefits
as provided in this Chapter. The Division must prepare an annual statement of all charges and credits made to
the employer's account during the 12 months preceding the computation date. The Division must send the statement to the employer when the Division notifies
the employer of the employer's contribution rate for the succeeding calendar year. The Division may provide a statement of charges and credits more frequently upon
a request by the employer.
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