My 941 form says it is for the year 2013 when I am trying to run it for 2014 ?

My 941 form says it is for the year 2013 when I am trying to run it for 2014 ?

Sophia Asked on December 9, 2017 in Sage.
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    Issue Resolution:

    1. The first quarter 941 is typically released in March.
    2. Select the 2013 or 2014 941 form and click OK.
    3. If the updated form is available, you will be prompted to run an update.
      Note:  If you are not prompted for the update then you can manually download the tax forms update.  See Related Resources article ID 11368 How to manually download updates
    4. Choose the option for Automatic Update and let it install.
    5. Once the update is installed the new form will open.
    6. Close the form.
    7. Go back to the Payroll Tax Form Selector and verify that the 941/Schedule B form now reads 2015.

     

    Resolution for Issue ‘My 941 form says it is for the year 2013 when I am trying to run it for 2014’ available: Yes (Solved).
    Source: Sage Community forums.
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    Support Team Answered on December 9, 2017.
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