Learn how to download your IRS Form 941 so you can give it to your lender.
Note: The Paycheck Protection Program reopened on January 11, 2021. The SBA may issue additional guidance and we will update our resources accordingly. Please refer to the SBA and Treasury to confirm current program rules and how they apply to your particular situation.
If you’re applying for a loan through the Paycheck Protection Program, you'll need your Form 941 for the year 2019. Form 941 is your Quarterly Federal Tax Return. Form 941 holds information about your federal income tax withholding, as well as Medicare and social security tax withholdings from your employees' paychecks.
How to find your IRS Form 941
Learn how to get your Form 941 for your version of payroll.
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