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While e-filing Form 941, you must authenticate your Form by using a valid 94x online signature PIN or Form 8453-EMP. Don't have an online signature PIN? No worries! You can easily complete and e-sign Form 8453-EMP using ExpressEfile.

An additional charge of $0.49 will apply if you prefer to file Form 8974, Qualified Small Business Payroll Tax Credit for R&D, along with your Form 941.

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Form 941 E-Filing Package

Schedule B

Schedule B

When filing Form 941 additional information regarding tax liabilities for semiweekly depositors must be provided. Employers should report this information on Form 941 Schedule B and attach it along with Form 941.

Form 941-V Payment

Form 941-V

Complete Form 941-V and attach a check or money order to it, and mail it to the IRS along with Form 941.

Form 8974

Form 8974

Complete Form 8974 to determine the amount of the qualified small business payroll tax credit for research activities that you can claim on Form 941.

E-sign Form 8453-EMP

E-sign Form 8453-EMP

If you are e-filing Form 941, the IRS mandates you sign Form 941 either by 94x Online Signature PIN or Form 8453-EMP. If you don't have an online PIN, simply use Form 8453-EMP to sign and e-file IRS Form 941.

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What is Form 941?

Form 941 is an Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return used to report income taxes, social security tax, and Medicare tax withheld from employees’ paycheck along with the employer's portion of social security and Medicare tax.

When is Form 941 Filing Deadlines for 2020 Tax Year?

Form 941 is generally due by the last day of the month following the end of the quarter. You’re required to file Form 941 four times per year.

  • First Quarter - April 30th, 2020
  • Second Quarter - July 31st, 2020
  • Third Quarter - November 2nd, 2020
  • Fourth Quarter - January 31st, 2021

How to complete Form 941 using ExpressEfile?

The deadline to file your Form 941 for second quarter is July 31st, which is fast approaching. Get started with ExpressEfile and complete your 941 in a few simple steps.

ExpressEfile is one of the IRS authorized e-file providers that offer a quick and secure way to complete your information returns such as W-2, 1099-MISC and 941 with the SSA/IRS.

Here is the step by step guide to Complete your Form 941 using ExpressEfile.

  • Step 1: Choose Form 941

    Choose “Form 941” from the list of forms and begin your filing.

    Make sure that you have all the information required to complete your form.

    Choose Form 941
  • Step 2: Complete your Form 941

    By the next step, you will be shown with the Form 941 where you can enter your form information one by one.

    Form 941 consists of various tax information and you must take utmost care while filling out each and every information.

    You will be taken to Form 941 Schedule B and Form 8974, based on your information.

    After entering the required information on your Form 941, click on the “save and continue” button to proceed further.

    Complete your Form 941
  • Step 3: Create an Account

    If you had already filled with ExpressEfile, just log in using your existing account.

    And If you are a new bee, please create an ExpressEfile account to complete your filing.

    Create an Account
  • Step 4: Choose “IRS E-file Compliance”

    Choose “IRS E-file Compliance” to e-file Form 941 directly with the IRS and continue with the next steps.

    Choose to E-file Form 941! To process your Form quickly and file it with the IRS in minutes. You will be notified immediately through your registered email once the IRS accepts your return.

    Choose IRS E-file Compliance
  • Step 5: Form Summary

    Just review your 941 Form before you transmit it to the IRS. In the Form summary, you can check the Form details that you have entered and can edit your form for any changes required.

    In case if you have any balance due, ExpressEfile provides you with 3 options to pay your balance due. You can choose the one you prefer (EFW or EFTPS or Check/Money Order) and continue with your filing.

    Form Summary
  • Step 6: Signature Details

    ExpressEfile provides you with two options for signing your Form. If you have an Online Signature PIN, enter the PIN and e-file Form 941. If you do not have a PIN, you can use Form 8453-EMP to sign and e-file your Form 941.

    Signature Details
  • Step 7: Form validation

    ExpressEfile will validate your Form 941 to make sure that it is error-free to transmit with the IRS. Any errors identified will be prompted and you can fix it right from there.

    We validate your Forms by parsing IRS business rules and Form field level validations to make sure that your forms are error-free.

    Form validation
  • Step 8: Transmit Form 941 to the IRS

    Once the Form validation is done, you can transmit your Form 941 to the IRS.

    You will be notified via email once the IRS processed and accepted your Form 941. You can also check the status right from the dashboard.

    Transmit Form 941 to the IRS

What is the penalty for not filing Form 941?

Failure to file form 941 by the deadline will result in a 5% penalty on the tax return for each month the return is late. This penalty caps at 25%. The IRS will also heavily penalize you for late payment or not paying the full amount owed. You will be charged 2-15% of the unpaid tax determined by the number of days it remains unpaid.

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