Do I need to upgrade now to TurboTax 2013 to file my Q3 Estimated Taxes?

 I currently have TurboTax 2012.
    The 2012 program has all the 2013 estimated tax forms ready to print. The 2013 program will have when released in November , the 2014 estimates. And so forth....
    • OK. Thanks for the quick response.
    And you don't actual "file" the 1040ES with Turbo Tax.  You prepare the 1040ES payment coupon and print it out and mail it.  You always use the prior year to prepare the estimates for the next year.

    To prepare the quarterly estimated tax forms 1040ES for next year go to
    Federal Taxes or Personal (H&B version)
    Other Tax Situations
    Other Tax Forms
    Form W-4 and Estimated Taxes - Click the Start or Update button 
    (The Free Edition does not include the W-4 or Estimated Taxes, you will have to upgrade)

    Here are the 1040ES instructions and blank forms (where to mail is on page 4)

    • Thanks for the help...
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