As far as I know, eftps is not required.
Having said that, I enrolled a few years ago simply to pay my quarterly estimates and I'll not go back to envelopes and stamps. Even signed up for my state's electronic payment system.
brianplycatu wrote:BolderBoy, The Franchise Tax Board in California treats capitol gains as ordinary income so a person could pay the total state liability if he/she is in a high state income bracket.
cheese_breath wrote:Please don’t tell to just let them be because they control rodent populations. My wife would freak out if she ever saw one.
indexfundfan wrote:Nevertheless, only harvest the gains if you know that you might eventually sell when you are in a higher tax bracket.
PaddyMac wrote:In the SEP-IRA you can ONLY do employER contributions.
feh wrote:I've been quoted $230 for $2M in coverage from the same agency that provides our auto/home insurance. Is that a reasonable price?
sox2013 wrote:Just wondering if anyone else has experienced this and how they dealt with the emotions (ie. reduce stock exposure as the portfolio increased in size, stop looking at balances, etc.)?
wilked wrote:Does this mean dividends are automatically reinvested into the fund? I don't have a separate money market acct, appears to be no cash acct.
HomerJ wrote:The 80% INCOME number in the press really makes me mad.
What you need in retirement has absolutely ZERO to do with your income... It's all about your EXPENSES.
BruDude wrote:magellan wrote:BruDude wrote:Kaiser has a large market share in CA but in other areas they are not competitive. In the MD/DC/VA area their rates are significantly higher than every other company, especially on family plans.