The IRS Upholds The 941 Deadline on April 30, 2020, Requiring All Businesses With Employees To File

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As Businesses Work To Adapt To Economic Changes, TaxBandits Provides An Easy And Affordable Solution For Filing The Form 941, Employer’s Quarterly Tax Return.

Given the current economic conditions, our team is aware that what businesses need right now is a product that makes filing their quarterly payroll taxes both quick and affordable

While the spread of COVID-19 has created challenging circumstances and impacted some IRS deadlines, the deadline for the Employer’s Quarterly Tax Return, Form 941, remains the same. Every business with employees must file the Form 941. This form must be filed by midnight on April 30, 2020 as originally planned.

The team at TaxBandits is aware that businesses of all sizes are working diligently to adapt to the current environment. TaxBandits is committed to supporting businesses by providing excellent services and support to assist businesses in meeting their Form 941 deadline on April 30, 2020.

The key features of the TaxBandits cloud-based software ensure an easy and convenient filing process for filers.

Affordability
Users can take full advantage of features and excellent customer support for less than $5 per Form 941. TaxBandits also provides payment methods to facilitate tax payments to the IRS.

Bulk Upload Capability
TaxBandits software allows users to quickly upload their employee information using bulk uploads. The bulk upload template allows users with a higher volume of data to speed up the process and it prevents the inconvenience of manual uploads.

Free Online Signature
With TaxBandits, you can apply for a 94x online signature for free. This free service allows you to simplify the process of e-signing your payroll tax forms. This process can take some time, so in the meantime, TaxBandits offers easy alternatives for your e-signature.

No IRS-issued 10-digit PIN? Don't Worry! Users can easily e-file Form 941 without an IRS 94x Online Signature PIN. TaxBandits allows for the filing of this form so that users can easily e-sign and transmit their Form 941 to the IRS.

Schedule B
The IRS requires semiweekly depositors to supply additional information using Schedule B. When filing with TaxBandits, the software captures the information needed to determine if your business must file the Schedule B to ensure that qualifying filers complete this and maintain their IRS compliance.

Form 8974
The TaxBandits software has a built in feature that allows small businesses to apply for Form 8974, the Qualified Small Business Payroll Tax Credit for Increasing Research Activities. With just a few additional steps, filing . It can be reviewed along with the Form 941 before IRS transmission.

SPAN Enterprises Co-owner and CEO states, “Given the current economic conditions, our team is aware that what businesses need right now is a product that makes filing their quarterly payroll taxes both quick and affordable, making TaxBandits the best choice on the market.”

About TaxBandits
As an IRS Authorized E-filer, TaxBandits supports print, mail, and e-filing for major tax forms including the W-2 and 1099. TaxBandits also supports the 94x series of payroll forms. The ACA Forms 1094-B/C and 1095-B/C are also available. TaxBandits now supports the 2020 Form W-4, which employers will need for every new hire throughout the year. Start filing today at https://www.taxbandits.com

About SPAN Enterprises
SPAN Enterprises, the creator of TaxBandits, is a leader in the market for software solutions for IRS filing and the transportation industry. Located in the heart of downtown Rock Hill, South Carolina, SPAN proves that big ideas can grow in a small town. With existing Business Management Software such as TruckLogics and Unitwise, TaxBandits’ business tax solutions, and ACA reporting software, ACAwise, along with the addition of PayWow, a full-service payroll provider, SPAN Enterprises will remain at the forefront of innovative solutions. Learn more at http://www.spanenterprises.com.

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