Do you Need to file Form 941 for the previous tax year (2019 & 2018)?
Filing your taxes every year is important to in order to comply with tax laws and for maintaining business records. For some reason, if you have failed to file a 941 tax return for a previous year, don’t worry, you can still file for that year with TaxBandits.
With TaxBandits e-filing you could be able to file 941 for the current tax period (2020) as well as the previous tax periods (2019 & 2018).
Filing for the previous tax year is simple. Simply follow the same easy e-filing process you did while filing for the current tax year. Just log in to your TaxBandits account and select which tax year/quarter you would like to e-file Form 941 for.
For example, if you are filing for a 3rd Quarter 2019 and if you have not filed for 1st Quarter 2019, you can still file both the 1st Quarter and 3rd Quarter at one go. Similarly, if you have missed any quarter during the previous tax year, you will still be able to complete it.
You can file form 941 for previous years at no additional cost. Filing for the current tax year (2020) or a previous tax years (2019 & 2018) costs the same.
Because the IRS requires you to keep records of your returns for at least 3 years. TaxBandits automatically stores all of your information in one convenient location online. Log in to your account at any time to access your current and previous returns.
You can also view, download, and print copies of current and previous returns.
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TaxBandits supports e-filing Form 941 for the current tax year (2020) as well as the previous tax year (2019, 2018).
|Supporting the Tax Year||2020 (Current Tax Year)||2019 (Previous Tax Year)||2018 (Previous Tax Year)|
|Supporting Forms||Form 941, 941-PR, 941-SS, Schedule B & R||Form 941, 941-PR, 941-SS, Schedule B & R||Form 941, 941-PR, 941-SS, Schedule B & R|
|All Four Quarters|
|Form 8974 (Qualified Small Business Payroll Tax Credit for Increasing Research Activities)|