Can you believe we have almost made it through the first month of 2019?
Thursday, January 31 not only marks the end of the month, but also a mandatory filing deadline for some very important tax forms.
Yes, the clock is ticking and you’re running out of time to file, but luckily, you still have just enough time to get everything filed when using TaxBandits!
Let’s briefly discuss how to meet the January 31 deadline at the last minute.
How To Meet The January 31 Deadline At The Last Minute
The best way to meet the January 31 deadline is by easily filing with TaxBandits. Here are the forms that must be filed along with the information needed to file them:
Before you start filing be sure to create or login to your free TaxBandits account in seconds!
A wage and tax statement provided to employees including information on gross wages, social security wages, federal and state income tax withholdings’, and tax benefits.
Information required to file: Employer Details, Employee Details, Federal Details, and State Filing Details.
Report payments for services performed for a business by people not treated as its employees such as payments to subcontractors wages, rental payments or prizes winnings.
Information required to file: Payer Details, Recipient Details, Federal Details, and State Filing Details.
The Form 94x Series includes two major forms that must be filed by January 31; Form 940 and Form 941.
Form 940 is the Employer’s Annual Federal Unemployment (FUTA) Tax Return. Information required to file: Business name and EIN (Employer Identification Number), total payments to all employees, adjustments for state exclusions (if applicable), FUTA tax and balance due or overpayment, FUTA liabilities per quarter, and FUTA liability deposits.
Form 941 is the Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return that is used to report employment taxes. Information required to file: Employer Details and Employment Details.
Form 1095-B is an annual statement to the IRS by Insurance Providers (insurance companies, self-insured employers, and employers with less than 50 full-time employees, along with Health Insurance agencies).
Form 1095-C is an annual statement to the IRS about the insurance offered by an employer with 50 or more employees. You have a little extra time to file Form 1095-C, but the earlier you file the better.
Information required to file both Form 1095-B and 1095-C: Employer Details, Employee Details, Employee Offer/Coverage Data and Codes, and Covered Individual Details.
File Today & Meet the Deadline
Beat the upcoming deadline and stay in compliance with the IRS by filing with TaxBandits today! We provide full-service filing with a bulk upload option that allows you to upload all of your employee information at once and even offer a postal mailing option for you to mail copies of your filed form to the appropriate recipient. Our outstanding, US-based support team is always standing by ready to help!