Benefits Of Filing Form 940 With 123PayStubs
Review Form Summary
Make Corrections before filings
Download & Print Forms
How to File Form 940 Online for 2021 Tax Year?
Step 1: Enter Form 940 Information
To begin filing Form 940, you will need to have your basic business information on hand. This includes information such as your business name, legal address, and Employer Identification Number (EIN). You will also need to have the total payments made to all of your employees as well as your employer-share of FUTA taxes. You will also need information regarding your FUTA liability deposits.
Step 2: Sign Form 940
To complete Form 940, you will need to sign the return using a 94x online signature PIN or Form 8453-EMP.
Step 3: Review & Transmit to the IRS
After completing all of the necessary fields on Form 940, you should review your form for any errors or missing information before transmitting it to the IRS. Once the form is transmitted you can download or email it from the dashboard.
Frequently Asked Questions on Form 940
What is Form 940?
Form 940 is the Employer’s Annual Federal Unemployment (FUTA) Tax Return. Form 940 is used to report Federal Unemployment Tax Acts (FUTA) taxes to the IRS.
What are the changes in Form 940 For 2021 Tax Year?
For the 2021 tax year, there are no changes in the Form 940 field. The credit reduction state for the 2021 tax year is the U.S. Virgin Islands with 3/3% as the credit reduction rate.
Who must file Form 940?
Employers that paid $1500 or more to employees during any quarter of the current or prior tax year are required to file Form 940. Also, employers that hired employees for 20 weeks of the tax year, including full-time, part-time, or seasonal/temporary employment must file Form 940.
When is Form 940 Due?
The deadline to file Form 940 with the IRS for the 2021 tax year is January 31, 2022. If your FUTA taxes are deposited, then it can be filed by February 10, 2022.