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JOHNNYT2112
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Getting ready to mail a check for my 2018 taxes noticed I also got some vouchers that say 1040ES broke down in 4 payments. R those for my 2018 or 2019 taxes?

 
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VolvoGirl
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Getting ready to mail a check for my 2018 taxes noticed I also got some vouchers that say 1040ES broke down in 4 payments. R those for my 2018 or 2019 taxes?

You can ignore the 1040ES.  The estimated payments are optional to pay. They are estimates for next year. Turbo Tax doesn't want you to owe next year. They might have printed out if you got a one time large income this year. Like if you took a IRA or 401K distribution or a large capital gain. They DO NOT get sent to the IRS or state with your return.

You might want to adjust your withholding at work so you won't owe too much next year.  They don’t get sent with your tax return so the IRS or state won’t be expecting them.


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Critter
Level 15

Getting ready to mail a check for my 2018 taxes noticed I also got some vouchers that say 1040ES broke down in 4 payments. R those for my 2018 or 2019 taxes?

Mail the check with the 1040-V to pay the 2018 balance due.
VolvoGirl
Level 15

Getting ready to mail a check for my 2018 taxes noticed I also got some vouchers that say 1040ES broke down in 4 payments. R those for my 2018 or 2019 taxes?

Or pay directly at <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="https://www.irs.gov/payments">https://www.irs.gov/payments</a>
VolvoGirl
Level 15

Getting ready to mail a check for my 2018 taxes noticed I also got some vouchers that say 1040ES broke down in 4 payments. R those for my 2018 or 2019 taxes?

You can ignore the 1040ES.  The estimated payments are optional to pay. They are estimates for next year. Turbo Tax doesn't want you to owe next year. They might have printed out if you got a one time large income this year. Like if you took a IRA or 401K distribution or a large capital gain. They DO NOT get sent to the IRS or state with your return.

You might want to adjust your withholding at work so you won't owe too much next year.  They don’t get sent with your tax return so the IRS or state won’t be expecting them.


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