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takohar
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Is there a page where I can see the payments I have scheduled to cover the amount of state/federal taxes I still have due?

While filing my state and federal taxes, TurboTax calculated the amount that I still owe and prompted me to select a payment method (I provided info for a checking account) and a date at which those amounts will be collected (I selected 4/03/2019). Is there a confirmation page I am expected to receive that indicates the payments have successfully been scheduled?
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Anita01
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Is there a page where I can see the payments I have scheduled to cover the amount of state/federal taxes I still have due?

TurboTax does not schedule payments of tax because we have no authority to do so in relation to tax payment.  When you enter a desired withdrawal date, that date is communicated to the IRS or the state along with your tax return and it is up to them to withdraw the payment.  None of them  schedule ahead and, in fact, may miss that  desired date and make it later, due to how processing is going for them in a given year.  Unfortunately, it is up to you to remember your requested date and make sure there is enough in the account from that date forward to cover the liability.

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Anita01
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Is there a page where I can see the payments I have scheduled to cover the amount of state/federal taxes I still have due?

TurboTax does not schedule payments of tax because we have no authority to do so in relation to tax payment.  When you enter a desired withdrawal date, that date is communicated to the IRS or the state along with your tax return and it is up to them to withdraw the payment.  None of them  schedule ahead and, in fact, may miss that  desired date and make it later, due to how processing is going for them in a given year.  Unfortunately, it is up to you to remember your requested date and make sure there is enough in the account from that date forward to cover the liability.

takohar
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Is there a page where I can see the payments I have scheduled to cover the amount of state/federal taxes I still have due?

Thank you for the clarification!
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