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jpcnycca
Returning Member

Estimated tax forms for this year 2017

did not receive estimated tax forms for 2017. normally they are included when I print my taxes for the prior year
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MollsBBU
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Estimated tax forms for this year 2017

You may print the Form 1040-ES, Estimated Tax for Individuals, here: https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f1040es.pdf

Or, you may pay the IRS your estimated amounts without vouchers here: https://www.irs.gov/Payments/Direct-Pay

 You may also navigate back through your return to revisit the estimated tax section. To do so:

  • Sign in to TurboTax Online
  • Click Taxes
  • Click My Tax Timeline
  • Scroll down to the appropriate year in your timeline
  • Under "SOME THINGS YOU CAN DO" click Add a state

Then, once inside your return (don't change anything else) and visit this section of TurboTax:

  1. Click the Federal Taxes tab 
    (or
     Personal tab if using Home & Business)
  2. Then, Other Tax Situations from the white bar at the top
  3. Scroll down to Other Tax Forms
  4. Next to Form W-4 and Estimated Taxes, click Start/Update/Revisit

Then, you may print out the Form 1040-ES, prepared by the software. To do so:

  • Sign in to TurboTax Online
  • Click Taxes
  • Click My Tax Timeline
  • Scroll down to the appropriate year in your timeline
  • Under "SOME THINGS YOU CAN DO" click Download all forms and worksheets

 

If other users that browse by this post have not submitted their returns, you may do steps 1-4 only to prepare Form 1040-ES from within the software. Then, print a copy of your forms and worksheets.

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