My Form 941 was rejected by the IRS and I need to file a correction. Can I do that here?
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Last modified 2/28/2022 5:33:18 AM EST
Yes, you can correct your rejected Form 941 and re-transmit it to the IRS through TaxBandits.
You'll be given an explanation for why you were rejected, and you'll have to correct the faults that were pointed out. You can rectify problems in your rejected return, such as an incorrect SSN, payer's identification, or name, and re-submit the same Form 941 to the IRS electronically. The IRS expects you to file your taxes on paper if you make any other mistakes.