What forms do I need so I can file my taxes and when will I receive these forms ? I am a small business with one employee


Forms are available from several sources. Only the IRS and a few state and oca agencies give them out for free, All IRS forms are available for download from irs.gov. INuit wil not send you forms unless you pay for them although some forms are vuilt in to the tosftware.

Where to start.

You needed quarterly 841 for last year all 4 quarters, you needed to submit withholdings directly to eftps,gov after signing up and receiving a PIN in  the mail. 941 is employment taxes for social security, medical and federal personal income tax for your employee. You might only have to file an annual 944 instead but that is determined by the IRS. Also 940 foro unemployment tax.

Schedule C for your business income is the usual form. 4562 for depreciation. And there may be tons more for your sittuation

Be advised. W2 to your employee and o the RS is due  TODAY -TODAY-TODAY. No exceptions.

Otherwise I am still unsure what you mean by forms to be sent to you so you can file taxes. Everything I referred to are blanks. You have to enter your own information, although like I said, depending on your version of QuickBooks many of the forms for the business can be created and printed

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