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Schedule B (Form 941)

Schedule B (Form 941)

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What Information is Required to File Form 941 Schedule
R Online?

  • 1. Employer Details of the CPEO / Section 3504 Agent: Name, EIN, and Address
  • 2. Employment Details of the Aggregate Filer and Their Clients:

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the Changes in the Form 941 Schedule R for the Q1 of 2022?

For the first quarter of 2022, these instructions have been revised to reflect changes to Form 941. Because the equivalent lines on Form 941 are "Reserved for future use," columns m, s, t, and v are "Reserved for future use." For information on which employers may be able to claim the credit for qualifying sick and family leave wages paid in 2022, as well as which employers may be eligible for the COBRA premium assistance credit in the first quarter of 2022.

What are the Changes in Form 941 Schedule R for the Second Quarter of 2021?

According to the American Rescue Plan passed earlier this year, the Form 941 has been revised for the Quarter 2 of 2021. Along with those changes, the IRS Revised Form 941 Schedule R for the second quarter of 2021.

The following columns are revised for the Q2 2021: Column f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, r, s, t, u, v, w,x, y. These columns reflect the changes made in Form 941.

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What is Quarterly Federal Tax Schedule R (Form 941)?

CPEO's and Section 3504 reporting agents are required to attach Schedule R (Form 941) to the aggregate Form 941. Schedule R simplifies the aggregate reporting process by allocating aggregate wages reported on Form 941 to each of their clients.

Generally, CPEO's are required by the IRS to file their Schedule R electronically and can file the returns listed on Form 8973. Also, Section 3504 Agents can file the returns listed on their Form 2678 appointment.

Aggregate filers can use their own EIN to file a single Form 941 for all their clients with Schedule R along with their respective wage and tax liability information for the tax period.

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When is 2022 Form 941 Schedule R due?

Form 941 Schedule R is generally due by the last day of the month following the end of the quarter. You’re required to file Form 941 for each quarter.

  • First-quarter (JAN, FEB, MAR) is due on May 2, 2022
  • Second-quarter (APR, MAY, JUN) on August 1, 2022
  • Third-quarter (JUL, AUG, SEP) on October 31, 2022
  • Fourth-quarter (OCT, NOV, DEC) on January 31, 2023

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What are the penalties for not filing Form 941 on time?

Generally, the CPEO is solely responsible for paying the client's employment taxes, filing returns, and making deposits and payments for the reported taxes. IRC Section 3504 Agents and their clients are both responsible for paying their employment taxes, filing returns, and making deposits and payments for the reported taxes. Click here to learn more about Form 941 penalties.

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