Today is the Day! You Must File IRS Form 941 to Avoid Penalties

Small business owner rushing to file Form 941 and avoid penalties

Today is the deadline for filing Form 941, Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return! If you are a wage-paying business owner, you are required to file IRS Form 941, reporting employment taxes. Employers are responsible for withholding federal income tax, social security tax, and Medicare tax from employee’s wages.

If you have not yet filed ExpressTaxFilings provides you with a comprehensive solution for generating and transmitting your forms efficiently and securely. Here we will look at some of our best features to make your filing experience hassle-free.

E-Filing Form 941 Features:

Interview Style Filing
Our platform provides you with a clear, concise step-by-step interview style process for safe and efficient e-filing.

Built-In Error Checks

During your filing process, your forms undergo an instant internal audit to ensure the form is free of any fundamental errors before transmitting to the IRS.

Schedules B & R
Include and transmit Schedules B and R when e-filing Form 941.

E-Sign Form 941

If you don’t have an Online Signature PIN ExpressTaxFilings provides Form 8453-EMP to e-sign the 94x series.

Pay Balance Due

Securely submit tax payments directly to the IRS while transmitting Form 941. For amounts under $2500, filers can use EFW (Electronic Funds Withdrawal) with a bank account and routing number.

US-Based Customer Support
If you have any question while e-filing, we offer phone, live chat, and email support in both English and Spanish from our Rock Hill, SC office.

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Avoid substantial IRS penalties and e-file today! If you fail to file Form 941 by today’s deadline you will be penalized 5% of the tax return for each month the return is late. And the penalty for late payments or for not paying the full amount is 2 to 15% of the unpaid tax determined by the number of days it remains unpaid.

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