Self-employed individuals, business owners, and those who profit through rent, alimony, sales and awards must make estimated tax payments if they expect to pay $1,000 or more in taxes as of 2015. Those filing as corporat... More »

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The form that includes estimated tax payment is Form 1040-ES, according to the Internal Service Revenue. An estimated tax payment is a method of paying tax on income that does not deduct withholding tax, such as dividend... More »

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The Internal Revenue Service does not provide a tax estimate calculator but does offer a withholding calculator to help taxpayers understand how much money to allocate to taxes from each pay check. This approach helps pr... More »

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State income taxes are payable to each individual state; for example, Ohio residents make income tax payments to the Ohio Department of Taxation, while Virginia residents make their state income taxes payable to the Virg... More »

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As of 2015, New York residents mail state tax returns without payments to the State Processing Center, P.O. Box 61000, Albany, NY, 12261-0001, according to the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance. Taxpayers... More »

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As of 2015, it is possible to make federal tax payments online at IRS.gov. Click on the Pay Your Tax Bill link located near the top of the home page. Online payment options include debit card, credit card or checking acc... More »

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The Internal Revenue Service requires taxpayers to mail individual IRS tax payments to an IRS Center in either Fresno, California; Austin, Texas; or Kansas City, Missouri, according to the IRS. The taxpayer's residence d... More »

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