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Form 941 Second Quarter Deadline is July 31st, 2018
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What is Federal Tax Form 941?

The Form 941, Employer’s Quarterly Tax Return, is used to report employment taxes. If you own and operate a business with employees, you will need to file IRS Form 941 quarterly. You, the employer, are responsible for withholding federal income tax, social security tax, and Medicare tax from each employee’s salary. This form is also used to calculate the employer's portion of Social Security and Medicare tax.

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Form 941 Quarterly Filing Deadlines

First Quarter Deadline

First Quarter
January - March

April 30, 2018

Second Quarter Deadline

Second Quarter
April - June

July 31, 2018

Third Quarter Deadline

Third Quarter
July - September

October 31, 2018

Fourth Quarter Deadline

Fourth Quarter
October - December

January 31, 2019

Required Information to File Form 941 Online

IRS Form 941 2018

How to E-File Form 941 with our Software

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Signing Form 941

The IRS requires an e-signature to complete Form 941 to ensure that the person filing has the proper authorized by the company or business. If you don’t possess 94x Online Signature PIN, you will need to complete and e-sign Form 8453-EMP.

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Penalties for not filing Form 941 on time

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. Learn More

Late deposit penalty amounts are determined using calendar days, starting from the due date of the liability.

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