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945 Form

What is 944?

What is it?

Certain employers who withhold federal income tax from non-payroll payments or distributions annually, need to report on one Form 945. All federal income tax withholding reported on Forms 1099 (for example, Form 1099-R, Sharing Plans, IRAs, Insurance Contracts, etc.; or 1099-MISC, Miscellaneous Income) Don't report federal income tax withholding from wages on Form 945. All federal income tax withholding and employment taxes reported on Form W-2

Who needs it?

In general, who withhold federal income tax (including backup withholding) from non payroll payments, must file 945 Nonpayroll payments include:

  • Pensions (including distributions from tax-favored retirement plans, for example, section 401(k), section 403(b), and governmental section 457(b) plans), annuities, and IRA distributions.
  • Military retirement.
  • Gambling winnings.
  • Indian gaming profits.
  • Certain government payments on which the recipient elected voluntary income tax withholding.
  • Dividends and other distributions by an Alaska Native Corporation (ANC) on which the recipient elected voluntary income tax withholding; and Payments subject to backup withholding.
Who needs 945?

When to File it

IRS form 945 e-file due date is January 31, 2018.

If you made deposits on time in full payment of the taxes due for the year, you may file the return by February 10, 2018.

When to file Form 944?
How long will 945 form take?

Electronically filed 945 forms are directly transmitted to the IRS from the Tax1099.com system.

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