Thanks for checking this with us, @kathrynhollis195,
You will get the message "This form will be available soon. Please check back later." if a form is temporarily blocked. At the moment, our engineers are validating the accuracy of our forms which is why some of them are unavailable for filing and paying.
Rest assured, the 941 return for Quarter 2 will be available after the maintenance. For more information about this, please see the following link: Unavailable forms for QuickBooks Online.
As a workaround, you can go to the IRS website and manually fill out a 941 return. This way you can print or download the form then mail it to the Federal Agency. Follow the steps below:
Let me know if there's anything else I can help you with. I'll be right here to help. Have a safe week ahead!
Your answer to this is to do it manually? What's the problem. The form has been available since April. The Quickbooks Desktop programmers got it ready. What's up with IOP? It's 7/820. Everyone has a lot of these returns to file & you suggest that instead of IOP providing the forms we should do them manually. That's pathetic.
I understand the importance of being able to file the form seamlessly, @davistax.
QuickBooks and our engineers are now diligently working to provide the form as quickly as possible so customers can file it through QuickBooks. While they're finding a fix, you can follow the steps suggested by Jen_D above to download the form and mail it to the agency. I also encourage reaching out to our Support Team and have them attach your case to INV-45584 so they can add your account information to the notification list.
To contact support, tap on Contact us from the Help menu.
For additional reference about filing quarterly forms, feel free to read this article.
Please extend your patience while we're working on the fix of the issue. As always, leave a comment below if you have any other questions. I'm a few clicks away to help. Have a good day!
Perhaps, the engineers should have been working on it diligently before this as the QB desktop engineers apparently did.
Your suggestion to manually do the 100+ 941's that we have to prepare is evasive & condescending, a typical response that you get from Intuit on a continual basis.
Poor support, and just sad, by a company with such resources.
Welcome to the thread, @meyertax.
The error you've encountered happens if the 941 has 0 wages or no employees. Since QuickBooks doesn't allow it for e filing and needs to file manually.
However, if you have reported wages for the quarter, you'll want to start updating QuickBooks Desktop to its latest release. Here's what you'll need to do:
Once done, proceed by downloading the latest tax table update:
You can consider checking out these articles for more detailed steps:
After that, try to file 941 again. Check to see if everything is now working fine.
Leave a comment below if you have other payroll questions. I'm here to answer it for you. Have a great day!
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