Why do I have to File Form 940?

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Form 940 is filed by employers once a year to report total wages paid to employees during the year and how much federal unemployment tax is owed on those wages.
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The 940 form must be filed when you are a small business owner with employees. it is used to report the federal unemployment tax liability. You can find more information here: ezinearticles.com
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Form 940 refers to Employer's Annual Federal Unemployment Tax Return form, which is filed by every business owner who has employees. Failure to fill this form ...
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