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Part 3 Why Do I Pay So Many Different Kinds of Taxes: Estimated Tax Payments and Penalties

This is Part 3 of "Why Do I Pay So Many Kinds of Different Taxes? and to follow" Why Do I Pay Penalties When I Already Paid my Different Taxes"? The focus is on penalties for late payment of Estimated Tax Payments via mailed in vouchers or electronic payments through www.directpay.gov, that are required by the IRS on a Pay As You Go system for entrepreneurs such as MLMs, Direct Sales Reps, Schedule C, LLCs, Partnerships and S Corporations Shareholders/Employee. Your best accountant should...

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CCH® ProSystem fx® Tax: Electronically Filing Estimates

This video demonstrates how to setup and verify that estimated tax payments are included in the e-filed 1040 return using interview forms in CCH® Global fx Tax and CCH® ProSystem fx® Tax.

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Estimated Tax Payments -- Small Business Tax Tip

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As a small business owner, you'll need to make estimated tax payments during the year to cover your federal income tax liability, unless you expect to owe less than $1,000. Generally, estimated taxes are due in four quarterly installments, due by April 15th, June 15th, September 15th, and January 15th. Keep in mind even though estimated taxes are often referred to as quarterly payments, the deadlines are not three months apart from each other. You can either mail in...

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From: Nevada Corporate Headquarters

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Part 3 Why Do I Pay So Many Different Kinds of Taxes: Estimated Tax Payments and Penalties

This is Part 3 of "Why Do I Pay So Many Kinds of Different Taxes? and to follow" Why Do I Pay Penalties When I Already Paid my Different Taxes"? The focus is on penalties for late payment of Estimated Tax Payments via mailed in vouchers or electronic payments through www.directpay.gov, that are required by the IRS on a Pay As You Go system for entrepreneurs such as MLMs, Direct Sales Reps, Schedule C, LLCs, Partnerships and S Corporations Shareholders/Employee. Your best accountant should...

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From: Robinson Burnett and Associates Tax Consultants Inc.

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The Easy Way To Make Estimated Tax Payments

You pay your credit card and utility bills online, why not your estimated income tax payments? If you're still using printed vouchers, writing out checks, and taking a trip to the post office to mail them certified return receipt--four times a year--there really is a better way. Once you enroll in the federal online payment system, you can go online once and set up all four payments for the year. The Department of the Treasury--and state revenue departments—have online services that let you...

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From: Wochit News

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CCH® ProSystem fx® Tax: Electronically Filing Estimates

This video demonstrates how to setup and verify that estimated tax payments are included in the e-filed 1040 return using interview forms in CCH® Global fx Tax and CCH® ProSystem fx® Tax.

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From: Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting US

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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.

Direct Pay is available 24...

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From: Completecpa

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