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As a business owner, it’s important for you to understand the different types of forms that need to be filed when tax time rolls around. Familiarizing yourself with the various forms and what they’re all for will not only help you be a better, wiser employer, but help avoid confusion and scary audits down the road.

In our latest installment of Alan’s Insurance Talks, Alan discusses the IRS Form 941, which is filed quarterly to report your gross payroll and the tax you have collected from your employees.

Remember: Alan is not an account or CPA! If you have any questions about this form, you should contact your accountant or the IRS.

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