Where is 941 annual form for 2018?

I CAN NOT FIND THE ANNUAL FORM 941 FOR 2018. I HAVE ALWAYS USED 941 FORM FOR YEARS NOW. WHERE IS IT? HOW CAN I GET IT? THE IRS WILL NOT EXCEPT A 944 FORM NOR THE LAST QUARTER FORM 941. WHAT CAN BE DONE TO FIX THIS.

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Thank you for posting in the Community, henryslawn.

I can help you with generating your for 941 for 2018. 

The form 941 is consist of your Employee wages and tips, federal income tax you withheld, Social Security and Medicare taxes and prior quarter's adjustments to payroll taxes. If you'd run payroll for 2018, then you can have this on your File Forms section. 

Here's how: 

  1. Go to Employees menu, then select Payroll Tax Forms & W-2s and choose Process Payroll Forms.
  2. Click Create Form after selecting Form 941.
  3. Choose the correct period under Select Filing Period.
  4. Select OK.
  5. Click Check for Errors to look and correct possible errors. Just double-click the error to be redirected to its corresponding section.
  6. If necessary, compare the form to the Payroll Summary Report. For Federal forms, compare it to the Employee State Taxes Detail report.
  7. Select Save as PDF to save a copy of the file. You can later open the file by going to the Saved Filings.

You can check this article for more information: Prepare and print Form 941, Schedule B, and Form 940.

That should help you generate form 941. Let me know if you have follow-up questions about this form by leaving a comment below. I'm always glad to help in any way I can. Have a great rest of the day. 

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