IRS Update: The IRS has made changes to Form 941 for the 2nd & 3rd Quarter of 2022. Learn More
Form 941-SS Key Features
Schedule B (Form 941)
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Prior-Year Tax Filing
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What Information is Required to File Form 941-SS Online?
- 1. Employer Details: Name, EIN, and Address
- 2. Employment Details:
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the changes in Form 941 for the 2nd & 3rd quarter of 2022?
The tax relief programs passed under the American Rescue Plan Act are continuing to expire, and these changes will reflect on Form 941 for the second quarter and third quarter 2022. As a result, the COBRA Premium Assistance Credit is not available for the Q2 & Q3 of 2022.
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What is IRS Form 941-SS?
Form 941-SS is the US Territories Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return filed by wage-paying employers in American Samoa, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and the US Virgin Islands. If you own and operate a business with employees in US territories, you will need to file IRS Form 941-SS quarterly. Employers are responsible for withholding federal income tax, social security tax, and Medicare tax from each employee’s salary.
When is Form 941-SS due?
Form 941-SS is generally due by the last day of the month following the end of the quarter. You’re required to file Form 941-SS 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
What are the penalties for not filing Form 941-SS on time?
Failure to file form 941-SS 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. To learn more about Form 941-SS penalties for not filing & not paying the taxes.
How to E-Sign Form 941-SS when filing electronically?
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What are the changes in IRS Form 941-SS for the First Quarter of 2021?
The IRS has released the new Form 941-SS for the first quarter of 2021. In the new form, we can see changes in Line Line 13b and Line 24. These lines were previously used to report deferred employers' and employees' share of social security tax. Both the lines are reserved for future use in the revised Form 941-SS, and employers must use it for the first quarter of 2021.
What are the changes in 2020 Form 941 SS for COVID19?
IRS released a new Form 941 SS, US Territories Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return for 2020, as well as updated instructions to reflect the effects of COVID-19. The updated new form 941 SS addresses the economic impacts of COVID-19 by allowing qualifying employers to defer deposits on their payroll taxes, apply for Payment Protection Program (PPP) loans, obtain employment tax credits, and claim payments towards advance credits.
Employers will be required to use the new 2020 Form 941 SS when they submit their 941 quarter filing to the IRS. The fourth-quarter Form 941 SS deadline is February 01, 2021.
What are the changes to the Form 941 Worksheets for the third quarter of 2021?
The Form 941 Worksheets have changed from the second quarter of 2021. Employers need to calculate the employee retention credit, which is done using 941 Worksheet 4 for the third and fourth quarter of 2021. This is used for the qualified wages paid after June 30, 2021. Previously, for the second quarter, Worksheet 2 was used to calculate the employee retention credit.
What are the changes in IRS Form 941-SS for the Q2 of 2021?
IRS has released the draft for the Form 941-SS for Q2 of 2021. These are in response to the American Rescue Plan(ARP) which was passed this year. The COVID-19 related credit for qualified sick and family leave wages, employee retention credit has been extended. There are about 23 field changes in this revised 941-SS Form.
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Revised IRS Form 941 for Q1 & Q3 2022
The IRS has made a few changes in the Form 941 for the 2nd & 3rd quarter of 2022. NNow the COBRA Premium Assistance Credit is no longer available in form 941.
What is Form 941
Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return, businesses must report the income taxes and payroll taxes.
Form 941 Due Date
Form 941 is generally due by the last day of the month following the end of the quarter. Here find out your quarter deadline.
Form 941 Schedule B
If you are a semiweekly schedule depositor, you must complete Schedule B (Form 941) so that the IRS is able to reconcile your business’ wages and withholdings and process your tax payments