DRS: CT-941

 

Form CT-941, Connecticut Quarterly Reconciliation of Withholding.  Form CT-941 must be paid and filed electronically. Only taxpayers that receive a waiver from electronic filing from the Department of Revenue Services (DRS) may file paper withholding forms. Quarterly filing due dates are the last day of January, April, July and October. An employer who made timely deposits of Connecticut withholding tax in full payment of such taxes due for the quarter may file the return on or before the tenth day of the second calendar month following the end of the quarter. If the due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, the next business day is the due date.

 

Household employers who are registered to withhold Connecticut income tax from wages of their household employees are not to file Form CT-941 (DRS) for each calendar quarter, but instead are required to file one Form CT-941 (DRS/P), Connecticut Reconciliation of Withholding for Household Employers, for the entire calendar year, the due date of which is April 15. Payment of the Connecticut income tax withheld from wages of household employees during the entire calendar year is to accompany Form CT-941 (DRS/P).

 

Seasonal filers may request permission from DRS to file Form CT-941 (DRS) only for the calendar quarters in which they pay Connecticut wages to employees. Certain agricultural employers may request permission to file one Form CT-941 (DRS) for the entire calendar year instead of filing Form CT-941 (DRS) for each calendar quarter.

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Connecticut business taxpayers can electronically file most Connecticut business tax returns using the Taxpayer Service Center (TSC-BUS). The TSC is an interactive tool that provides a free, fast, easy, and secure way to conduct business with DRS. Click here for more information.