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climber219
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I have one mo-1040v form and four mo-1040es forms. What is the difference

Also do I pay the four mo-1040 es forms? And do I pay it once? Or four times?
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PaulaM
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I have one mo-1040v form and four mo-1040es forms. What is the difference

The 1040-V voucher is to be included if you are making a tax payment via check. If you paid electronically, then you may disregard the form.

The 1040-ES forms are to pay estimated tax payments for 2017. The 1st quarter 1040-ES would be due by the due date of your return-4/18/17.

Note: Estimated tax vouchers print automatically if you have a spike in income or didn't not have enough withheld in 2016. You are not obligated to pay them if you don't believe the vouchers reflect your tax situation for 2017.

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PaulaM
Employee Tax Expert

I have one mo-1040v form and four mo-1040es forms. What is the difference

The 1040-V voucher is to be included if you are making a tax payment via check. If you paid electronically, then you may disregard the form.

The 1040-ES forms are to pay estimated tax payments for 2017. The 1st quarter 1040-ES would be due by the due date of your return-4/18/17.

Note: Estimated tax vouchers print automatically if you have a spike in income or didn't not have enough withheld in 2016. You are not obligated to pay them if you don't believe the vouchers reflect your tax situation for 2017.

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