I do not have any wages to report in this quarter, do I still have to file Form 941?
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Applicable To
Form 941 Form 1099 / W-2 Form 2290

Every employer is liable to file Form 941 before the deadline even if they don’t have wages to report for a quarter, which means they have to file Form 941 with zero tax amounts.

However, you will be exempted from filing Form 941, if:

  • You are a seasonal employer (check the line 18 box in Form 941)
  • You are an agricultural employer (file Form 943)
  • The IRS instructed you to file the annual form, Form 944

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