I have no employee in my small business, I am not paying anybody. I have a letter from irs...
telling me that based on the infos they had received from my representative, I must file form 940 and forn 944. Is it possible to correct it? thank you
I'm in Ohio - there is a minimum amount of Unemployment Insurance a company must pay, even if there are no employees. Five years ago, it was $25. I do not know what it is now.
Filing these forms does not necessarily mean you have to pay anything. Check with your accountant or professional bookkeeper to verify the requirements and compare with your specific situation.
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