When Are Quarterly Taxes Due?


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Quarterly taxes are due on April 15 for the first quarter, June 15 for the second quarter, September 15 for the third quarter and January 15 of the following year for the fourth quarter, reports the Internal Revenue Service. There are a few exceptions to these deadlines.

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When Are Quarterly Taxes Due?
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If the due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday or holiday, estimated quarterly tax payments are due the next business day, according to the Internal Revenue Service. If a taxpayer files Form 1040 by February 1 of the year after the tax fiscal year and pays all the taxes owed, he does not have to make the payment for the fourth quarter by January 15 of that year.

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