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"Brian, a self emploed individual, pays state income tax payments of: on January 15, 2014 (4th estimated tax payment for 2013) on April 14, 2014 (1st estimated tax payment in 2014) on June 16th, 2014 (2nd estimated tax payment in 2014) ,000 on September 2014 (3rd estimated tax payment in 2014) on January 15, 2015 (4th estimated tax payment of 2014) Brian had a tax overpayment of on his 2013 state income tax return and applied this to his 2014 state income taxes. What is the amount of...

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Katie Dempseys 2012 AGI was ,680, and her total Federal tax liability was ,542. For 2013, Katies total tax liability is ,440. Compute the minimum amount of current year tax that Katie was required to prepay (withholding and/or estimated payments) during 2013 to avoid an underpayment penalty. ,542 ,815 ,896 ,440

a.

,542

b.

,815

c.

,896

d.

,440

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IRS Direct Pay

Brian J. McGinn, CPA discusses the IRS Direct Pay Program. Because Direct Pay allows taxpayers to schedule payments up to 30 days in advance, now is also a good time for those who are making estimated tax payments for 2014 to set up their third quarter payment due Sept. 15. In addition, anyone who received an extension until Oct. 15 to file their 2013 federal return and now finds they owe additional tax can also use Direct Pay to e-pay the additional amount due.

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