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1040-es payment vouchers.

Do I have to pay those 1040-es payment vouchers. I now take a extra 100 dollars out of my check for taxes. This year I only owe six dollars for taxes.

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1040-es payment vouchers.

No, you are not obligated to pay the estimated taxes and no information regarding estimated tax payments are sent to the IRS.

 

Why did 1040-ES estimated tax vouchers print out? Do I need them?

We'll automatically include four quarterly 1040-ES vouchers with your printout if you didn't withhold or pay enough tax this year. We do this to head off a possible underpayment penalty on next year's taxes.

 

You may get these vouchers if you're self-employed or had an uncharacteristic spike in your income this year. For example, you sold stock or took a large distribution from your retirement plan.

 

You're not required to make estimated tax payments; we're just suggesting it based on the info in your return. If you feel they're not needed for next year's taxes, you can shred them.

 

 

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1040-es payment vouchers.

No, you are not obligated to pay the estimated taxes and no information regarding estimated tax payments are sent to the IRS.

 

Why did 1040-ES estimated tax vouchers print out? Do I need them?

We'll automatically include four quarterly 1040-ES vouchers with your printout if you didn't withhold or pay enough tax this year. We do this to head off a possible underpayment penalty on next year's taxes.

 

You may get these vouchers if you're self-employed or had an uncharacteristic spike in your income this year. For example, you sold stock or took a large distribution from your retirement plan.

 

You're not required to make estimated tax payments; we're just suggesting it based on the info in your return. If you feel they're not needed for next year's taxes, you can shred them.

 

 

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