The Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Form 941 is a form filed quarterly with the IRS by businesses that withhold federal income tax and other payroll taxes from employees, Turbo Tax explains. The form reports the amount ... More » Business & Finance Taxes

To fill out Form 941, provide the tax identification number of the business filing the taxes, the name of the business and the amount of wages paid during that quarter, according to the Internal Revenue Service. You also... More » Business & Finance Taxes

When filing Form 941, enter your company's employer identification number, check the quarter for which you are filing, and enter the name of the owner and the name of the business, according to the Internal Revenue Servi... More » Business & Finance Taxes
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