To make quarterly tax payments to the IRS online, use the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System, reports Forbes. Alternatively, pay by phone or by mail, states the IRS. Estimate the amount of your payments using Form 1040-ES. Refer to your previous year's tax return, an...
The Internal Revenue Service offers several options to pay quarterly estimated taxes, as of November 2014. Pay with your bank account, debit card, credit card, Electronic Federal Tax Payment System, electronic funds withdrawal, wire payment, check or money order.
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...
If a taxpayer's fiscal year begins on Jan. 1, the quarterly tax payment due dates are April 15, June 15, Sept. 15 and Jan. 15 of the following year, according to the Internal Revenue Service. If the payment is mailed, the postmark is considered the date of the payment.
Businesses that meet the requirements for quarterly income taxes must file four times a year: April 15, July 15, September 15 and January 15. If any of these dates falls on a weekend, the due date defaults to the next business day.
Self-employed individuals who expect to owe at least $1,000 in annual taxes, and corporations which owe at least $500 in annual taxes, have to pay quarterly estimated taxes. Owed tax amounts lower than these limits are not generally subject to estimated taxes.
To file an estimated quarterly tax return, a taxpayer needs to know his expected income, deductions and credits for the year and submit Internal Revenue Service Form 1040-ES on the four deadline dates the IRS has established for the tax year, according to the IRS. In ge...