No, if you chose to auto debit IRS, you do not individual state will not follow, unless is set up by you then funds will also be deducted this time.
If you set-up a payment for your income tax payment using TurboTax and you did not specify a payment date for the withdrawal, TurboTax's default payment date will be used (the last day of tax season = April 18th this year).
If your payment date has passed, but your tax payment has not been withdrawn yet, payment will not usually be not initiated until the return has been processed. Most states don't begin processing state returns until after the federal return has completed processing (your payment is still considered timely, as long as submitted before April 18).
You can also call IRS e-file Payment Services anytime at 1-888-353-4537 to verify your payment.
Contact your state Department of Revenue: https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/3302452
To check the IRS or state payment date selected in TurboTax:
1. Sign In to TurboTax
2. Select "Taxes"
3. Click "My Tax Timeline"
4. Choose "Some things You can Do"
5. Select "Download all forms and worksheets"
6. Review Part V of the Federal Information Worksheet for payment and banking information.
7. Review State Information Worksheet for payment and banking information.
** If the election checkboxes are marked "NO" and OR your banking information is not displayed on the Information Worksheet, then the direct debit was not successful. To setup payments for federal and state taxes, use the links in this answer.
If you have not set-up your payment through TurboTax, visit www.irs.gov/Payments and choose from the payment options available.
Is it a 1040V or the 1040ES?
The 1040ES are estimates for next year. The 1040ES quarterly estimated tax payments DO NOT get sent to the IRS or state with your return. They are optional to pay.
my question is: since I provided my bank info, why does Trubo Tax say NOW THERE'S ONE MORE THING TO DO: PRINT YOUR 1040V andMAIL WITH YOUR PAYMENT, when I have already filled out how much I am paying and the balance on installment which is part of the paperwork I submitted in my efile. also, when I printed my returns, the vouchers were also printed: 1040 ES. my estimated amounts are quite big, and I assume they will also be electronically paid, should I mail these payments or is it safe for me to assume IRS will collect it automatically?
No the 1040ES are not automatically paid. They are optional to pay and don't get sent with your return. The IRS will not be expecting them. They are just a suggestion so you don't owe so much next year. They are estimated prepayments for next year 2020 return. You don't have to pay them. Or you can cross out the amount and write in a different amount.
You mail the 1040ES with a check or go online to pay them.
You can pay directly on the IRS website https://www.irs.gov/payments
Be sure to pick the right kind of payment and year.....2020 Estimate