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How do I pay estimated taxes?

The IRS has a variety of methods for paying your estimated taxes.

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This article was updated for Tax Year 2023, last edited on December 20th, 2023.

Individuals generally have to pay estimated taxes if they expect to owe tax of $1,000.00 or more when their return is filed. These payments are made quarterly and the dates can be found here.

Paying estimated taxes is different from paying a tax balance and therefore is not supported through the april app. For coverage details and other important legal information about Filer, you can read more here. However, we’ve included some basic information from the IRS to help you.

The IRS has a few different ways to pay your estimated taxes:

Note: If you need to pay estimated taxes to the IRS, you may also need to pay estimated taxes at the state level. Refer here for more information.

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