E-File your Form 941 to the IRS directly only for $3.99/form. Even low compared to your paper filing cost.
Our internal audit check makes sure your return is error-free to transmit with the IRS, reducing the chances of the form rejection.
Once the IRS processes your return, you will get instant filing status from the IRS.
Get everything required for your 941 filings. File 941 with Schedule B and Form 8974 if required.
The deadline to file form 941 is due by every last day of the month following the quarter-end. File Form 941 four times for every quarter in a year.
Note: If the deadline comes on any federal holiday, then file form 941 on the next working business day.
Our software will allow you to pay the balance due to the IRS using EFW, EFPTS, and check or money order. Choose the IRS Payment Option of your choice and pay your balance due
If you choose to pay using EFPTS, make sure to pay the balance due prior the deadline
If you choose to pay the balance due through check or money order, you have to mail Form 941-V to the IRS. You can download Form 941-V, once you e-file Form 941 with the IRS through ExpressEfile
In order to complete Form 941 online, you must sign Form 941 using Form 8453-EMP or 94x Online Signature PIN
If you have an online signature PIN you can continue to file by entering 5 digit PIN, else you can use Form 8453-EMP to sign and approve your Form 941
The final step is to review your Form summary before transmitting it with the IRS. Our inbuilt audit check will make sure that the return is error-free to report with the IRS
You can edit any Form information if required, and if everything is fine you can transmit your return to the IRS
IRS released a new Form 941, Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return for 2020, and updated instructions to reflect the effects of COVID-19. The updated IRS Form 941 addresses the economic impacts of COVID-19 by allowing qualifying employers to defer deposits on their payroll taxes, apply for Payment Protection Program (PPP) loans, obtain employment tax credits, and claim payments towards advance credits. Employers will be required to use the new 2020 Form 941 when they submit their second-quarter filing to the IRS.