Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Form 941 and Schedule B

Last week, we called your attention to the fact that your second quarter 941 Forms are due at the end of this month! Now, we’re back to remind you that the deadline’s even closer and to provide you with some information on an attachment you may be required to submit with your 941 Form.

What is Schedule B?
Schedule B is an addendum used with the quarterly tax return for businesses, Form 941, to report additional information to the IRS. Depending on how you deposit the employer taxes associated with Form 941 determines whether or not you’re required to submit Schedule B.

Schedule B is filed by employers who deposit their employment taxes reported on Form 941 on a semi-weekly basis. It’s also required by employers who report more than $50,000 in employment taxes during the previous period and by those who have accumulated $100,000 or more in tax liability in the current or past calendar year.

Where Can I File Form 941 & Schedule B?
When you e-file Form 941 with ExpressIRSForms (also known as TaxBandits), our system will help you complete and include Schedule B if, based on the information you enter, you’re required to submit it with your return at no additional cost!

You’ll also be able to e-sign your return (using your Online Signature PIN or with Form 8453-EMP) and pay any taxes before securely e-filing your Form 941 and Schedule B with the IRS.

It’s no secret that e-filing is the easier, faster, and safer way to complete your IRS returns, including Form 941. Create your account with us or log in today to see just how much better e-filing really is!

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