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940 - Employer's Annual Federal Unemployment (FUTA Filed annually, the Form 940 reconciles the employer's payment of FUTA taxes during the year, showing the calculation of the full unemployment tax liability and the credit for unemployment taxes paid to the individual states.
941 - Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return A federal return that displays taxable wages and taxes, and shows all FIT, Social Security, and Medicare liabilities incurred during a specific quarter.
941PR - Employer's Quarterly Tax Return The Form 941PR displays taxable wages and taxes, and shows all FIT, Social Security, and Medicare liabilities incurred during the quarter. It is filed quarterly by employers whose principal place of business is Puerto Rico.
941 - Schedule B Schedule B is an attachment to Form 941, showing a breakdown of daily tax liabilities. Schedule B must be filed quarterly when the employer has a tax liability of $100,000 or more on any day, or when the employer is required to deposit payroll taxes on a semi-weekly schedule.
943A Form 943A is an attachment to Form 943, showing a breakdown of daily tax liabilities. Form 943 must be filed when an employer has $3,000 or more in liability in any one month.
943 - Employer's Annual Return for Agricultural The Form 943 displays taxable wages and taxes, and shows the liabilities incurred on a monthly basis.
945 - Annual Return of Withheld Federal Income Tax Form 945 is filed annually to report non-payroll items such as pensions, annuities, IRAs, gambling winnings, and backup withholdings. Prior to January 1, 1994, non-payroll information was reported as "wages, tips, and other compensation" or "Backup Withholdings" on Form 941.