The deadline for filing your 1st quarter IRS Form 941 for 2018 was Monday, April 30, 2018. If you own and operate a business with employees, you are required to file IRS Form 941 quarterly to report employment payroll taxes.
If you failed to file and pay by the 1st quarter 941 Deadline, you could be facing expense IRS penalties. You need to file as soon as possible!The sooner you complete your return, the better. Your penalty amount is partially based on the time it takes you to file after the deadline.
To help you file we have put together a list of 20 things you need to know about IRS Form 941 2018 so you can file correctly the first time.
The 20 Top Questions About IRS Form 941 2018
1. What is Form 941 and what is it used for?
2. Who must file Form 941?
If you own and operate a business with employees you are required to file IRS Form 941 quarterly. As an employer, you are responsible for withholding federal income tax, social security tax, and Medicare tax from each of their employee’s salary. Learn more about Form 941 and its filers here.
3. Where to file Form 941?
4. How often is Form 941 filed?
Form 941 is filed quarterly (four times a year) with the first quarter covering the months of January, February, and March. Click here for more information concerning Form 941 Quarterly E-Filing Deadlines.
5. Generally, what is there to know about Form 941?
Employers filing IRS Form 941 for 2018 are responsible for withholding federal income tax, social security tax, and Medicare tax from each of their employee’s paycheck. The IRS Form 941 for 2018 is also used to calculate the employer’s portion of Social Security and Medicare tax. Read What You Should Know About IRS Form 941 2018.
6. Can Form 941 be signed online?
Yes, there are two ways to electronically sign Form 941; find out how to sign here.
7. What is Form 941 Schedule B used for?
Form 941 Schedule B provides your tax liability schedule for each day of the quarter. You can complete Schedule B easily with TaxBandits.
8. What is Form 941 and when must it be filed?
Form 941 is the Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return and must be filed for the 1st Quarter by April 30, 2018.
9. What are the steps to file Form 941 online?
10. What are the Form 941 Quarterly filing due dates?
The quarterly filing deadline dates for IRS Form 941 2018 filings are as follows:
- First Quarter (January – March): April 30, 2018
- Second Quarter (April – June): July 31, 2018
- Third Quarter (July – September): October 31, 2018
- Fourth Quarter (October – December): January 31, 2019
11. When is the Form 941 1st Quarter deadline?
The 1st Quarter deadline for filing Form 941 is Monday, April 30, 2018.
12. Can Form 941 be filed electronically?
It most certainly can! Here is how to prepare your first quarter 941 Form 2018.
13. How much does it cost to file Form 941 with TaxBandits?
Filing Form 941 is very inexpensive and only costs $4.95 per form.
14. Are there penalties if I fail-to-file Form 941 by its due date?
If you fail to file Form 941 by its due date there are a number of penalties that you can incur. Click here to find out more about them and how to avoid them.
15. Why should I file Form 941 with TaxBandits?
Filing your 941 Form with TaxBandits is easy when you use our simplified filing process. We take the stress away and make filing taxes for your business quick and easy.
16. What information do I need to file Form 941?
You will only need 6 pieces of information to file Form 941. Utilize this Form 941 E-Filing Checklist to find out exactly what you’ll need!
17. Is there an online signature PIN for Form 941?
Yes, there is an online signature PIN for Form 941 and here is how you can apply for it.
18. What is reported on Form 941?
Employment taxes due in 2018 are reported on IRS Form 941.
19. If I miss the Form 941 deadline, will it really affect my business?
20. Are nonprofit organization required to file Form 941?
Do you have more questions about IRS Form 941? If so, comment below and we will be sure to provide you with an answer!