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What Is Form 944?

IRS Form 944 is used to report annual federal taxes. This form is designed for small employers (those with annual liability for social security, Medicare, and federal income taxes of $1000 or less) so they can file and pay taxes once a year instead of every quarter.

Why Would You Use 944?

The IRS will notify you if you need to file a 944 instead of a 941, 941-SS, or 941-PR. If you haven’t been notified to file a 944 but estimate your employment tax liability will be less than $1000, contact the IRS. 

Form 944 Deadlines

The following are the due dates for each filing type. Forms must be transmitted to the IRS before the deadline.

  • IRS eFile > January 31
  • IRS eFile (If taxes are already paid) > February 10

If a due date falls on a weekend or holiday, it will be due the next business day.

How to eFile 944 for the Year 2020?

Tax1099 is the go-to source for your tax information reporting with IRS. You can eFile Form 944 Online for the year 2020 using Tax1099. Don’t wait for the deadline eFile Now.!

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