fickle wrote:I have a lot of capital gains to pay taxes on for 2012. The money to cover this is piddling around doing just about nothing, and I'd rather send it NOW.
Will the IRS happily take a check with all pertinent info on it, with a short note on my whys, and credit my SS number? The only voucher I can find on line to send with it is the 1040V you send in with your return (which I would not be sending at this time). The "estimated tax" pages for those self-employed, etc are WILDLY verbose and complex, and I'm talking about a one time payment, not a schedule of them.
grabiner wrote:You don't even file Form 1040-ES with the IRS.
JDCPAEsq wrote:grabiner wrote:You don't even file Form 1040-ES with the IRS.
Oh yes you do! How else would the IRS know where to credit the deposit? You are required to send the 1040-ES voucher with your check unless you use online payments.
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