When should I file Schedule B?
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If the IRS assessed a Failure To Deposit (FTD) penalty or if there is a tax increase, you can correct the same by filing Amended Schedule B with Form 941-X.
For example: As a semiweekly depositor, on your previously filed Schedule B with Form 941, you reported a liability of $3,000 on day 1 of month 1 but it should have been for month 3, prepare an amended Schedule B showing the correction. Also, enter all other liabilities previously reported correctly.
Do not file an amended Schedule B unless there is missing, incorrect, or incomplete information.