Solved: When ready 2 file, TurboTax included Estimated Payment for 2019. Husband was only a self-employed realtor for 5 months of 2018. Does IRS still require estimated payments?
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katiefreeman0919
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When ready 2 file, TurboTax included Estimated Payment for 2019. Husband was only a self-employed realtor for 5 months of 2018. Does IRS still require estimated payments?

 
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KrisD
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When ready 2 file, TurboTax included Estimated Payment for 2019. Husband was only a self-employed realtor for 5 months of 2018. Does IRS still require estimated payments?

If your husband produces self-employed income in 2019, you'll need to make estimated payments to cover the taxes on that income.  

If there won't be any self-employed income, no payments are necessary.

Please use the link below for more information. 

https://turbotax.intuit.com/tax-tips/small-business-taxes/estimated-taxes-how-to-determine-what-to-p...

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KrisD
Intuit Alumni

When ready 2 file, TurboTax included Estimated Payment for 2019. Husband was only a self-employed realtor for 5 months of 2018. Does IRS still require estimated payments?

If your husband produces self-employed income in 2019, you'll need to make estimated payments to cover the taxes on that income.  

If there won't be any self-employed income, no payments are necessary.

Please use the link below for more information. 

https://turbotax.intuit.com/tax-tips/small-business-taxes/estimated-taxes-how-to-determine-what-to-p...

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