I am trying to determine if our 3rd quarter 941 forms were filed

I received a letter from the IRS that stated that our taxes were not filed for the tax period of September 30, 2017


Hi equilla_jackson,

I can help you check if you’ve filed the form, so the letter can be addressed immediately.

If you’ve electronically filed your 941 form through QuickBooks, it would display in your filing history. Let’s check if it if it was rejected, transmitted or accepted by IRS. To guide you with that, you’ll want to refer to the Check E-Filing or E-Payment Status article. Then, go to the QuickBooks Online Payroll section to see the steps and screenshots.

Alternatively, you can contact our phone agents, so they can check it in the system. They have a different tool to check the filing history of our clients.

Here’s an additional article for your reference: Tax Notice Handling for IOP & QBOP

Please let me know if you have other questions.

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