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vinroseaire
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My Turbo Tax form only asks for my refund to be direct deposited or mailed, how do I get it added to my 2017 estimated taxes and not refunded?

I have a Federal and State refund and my choices for these refunds are direct deposit or a check by mail, there is no option to have these amount applied to my 2017 estimated taxes.  How can I apply these refunds to the estimated taxes?

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LindaBelmont
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My Turbo Tax form only asks for my refund to be direct deposited or mailed, how do I get it added to my 2017 estimated taxes and not refunded?

Go to the federal taxes page

Go to the other tax situations tab

Scroll down to additional tax payments

That option should be the 4th in the list - see screen shot

You can also use the search box with the phrase  -  apply federal   and jump directly to it.

For the state, unfortunately not all state interviews are the same.  It will probably be in the section for estimated payments..

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LindaBelmont
Level 6

My Turbo Tax form only asks for my refund to be direct deposited or mailed, how do I get it added to my 2017 estimated taxes and not refunded?

Go to the federal taxes page

Go to the other tax situations tab

Scroll down to additional tax payments

That option should be the 4th in the list - see screen shot

You can also use the search box with the phrase  -  apply federal   and jump directly to it.

For the state, unfortunately not all state interviews are the same.  It will probably be in the section for estimated payments..

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