Form 941 Third Quarter Deadline is on November 01, 2021. E-file Now

What Information Should be Reported in Form 941?

There are a few details that you need to keep handy before you begin filing, which include:

  • Business information such as Name, EIN, and Address
  • Total employee count
  • Federal income tax withheld from employees
  • Employer and employee share of FICA (social security and FICA) taxes
  • Tax deposits made to the IRS
  • Tax liability for the quarter
What Information Should be Reported in Form 941?

Have these details ready? Start filing Form 941 now.

Benefits of filing Quarterly Form 941 Online for 2021?

When you choose to e-file Form 941 , you will save a lot of time and money. In addition to this, here are the best benefits you’ll get when you e-file with us.

Quick & Secure Filing

Quick & Secure Filing

File your 941 return securely and quickly with the help of our form-based filing interface and save a lot of time.

Instant IRS Approval

Instant IRS Approval

Get your return validated based on the IRS business rules and reduce the chances of a form rejection.

Form Validation

Form Validation

Get your return validated based on the IRS business rules and reduce the chances of a form rejection.

Download or Email Forms

Download or Email Forms

Access your 941 return at any time from your account or even send it by email. Record keeping is made simple.

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What is Form 941 Worksheet and why should you complete it?

Form 941 Worksheet is used to calculate the qualified sick and family leave wages and employee retention credit.

IRS revised the Form 941 Worksheet 1 for the 2nd quarter of 2021. According to this, the Step 3 in the Worksheet 1 is made into a separate Form 941 Worksheet 2 for 2nd quarter 2021 for calculating the employee retention credit on wages paid after March 31, 2021 and before July 1, 2021. Form 941 Worksheet 4 is for calculating employee retention credit for the third and fourth quarter. Other than these, Worksheet 3 and Worksheet 5 are added for the remaining quarters of 2021.

Visit https://www.expressefile.com/form-941-worksheet-1 to learn more.

How to E-File Form 941 for 2021?

You can follow the below simple steps to e file Form 941 easily and quickly.

Enter Form Informations

Enter Form Information

Enter the form information such as business info, total employees, tax liabilities for the quarter, and tax deposits made in the quarter.

Review Form

Review Form

Preview the draft 941 form and make sure you have entered the correct information and update if there are errors.

Transmit to the IRS

Transmit to the IRS

If everything looks good, transmit the return to the IRS. You will receive an email once the return is processed by the IRS.

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When is the Quarterly Form 941 Due for 2021?

Form 941 needs to be filed every quarter even if there are no wages or taxes to report for the quarter. Below are the
due dates for filing Form 941
:

Form 941 First Quarter

Quarter 1

Jan, Feb, and Mar

April 30, 2021

Form 941 Second Quarter

Quarter 2

Apr, May, and Jun

August 02, 2021

Form 941 Third Quarter

Quarter 3

Jul, Aug, and Sep

November 01, 2021

Form 941 Fourth Quarter

Quarter 4

Oct, Nov, and Dec

January 31, 2022

What is the Penalty for Not Reporting Form 941 on time?

The IRS will impose penalties if you fail to pay tax dues and file Form 941 for a quarter. Below are the penalties for not filing Form 941 on time.

  • If you file Form 941 within 1 to 5 days after the deadline, there will be a penalty of 2% of the tax due amount.
  • If you file Form 941 within 6 to 15 days after the deadline, there will be a penalty of 5% of the tax due amount.
  • If you file Form 941 10 days after receiving notice from the IRS, there will be a penalty of 15% of the tax due amount.
 Form 941 late filing penalties

What are the changes in Form 941 for 2021?

The IRS has revised Form 941 for 2021. The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP), signed into law on March 11, 2021, includes relief for employers and their employees during COVID-19. As always employers need to report COVID-19 credits on Form 941, so the IRS has updated the form to reflect the ARP. The revised Form 941 includes changes to 23 fields and provisions for COBRA premium assistance and qualified sick and family leave wages.

Visit https://www.expressefile.com/revised-form-941-for-2nd-quarter-2021 to know more about Form 941 changes for 2021.

Helpful Resources for Filing Quarterly Form 941

Understanding Form 941

Understanding Form 941

Get to know about the definition, purpose, and due dates of Form 941 in detail.

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Revised Form 94

Revised Form 941

Find out all the Quarterly Form 941 changes for the 1st Quarter of 2021.

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Form 941 Instructions

Form 941 Instructions

Learn the step-by-step instructions for filing Form 941 with the IRS.

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Form 941 Due Date

Form 941 Due Date

Get to know about the deadlines to file Form 941 and how to avoid penalties.

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Form 941 Penalty

Form 941 Penalty

Get to know about the penalty rates for late filing of Form 941.

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Form 941 Worksheet 1

Form 941 Worksheet 1

Know about the 941 Worksheet to apply for the COVID-19 tax credits.

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