The IRS provides Form 1040-ES for you to calculate and pay estimated taxes for the current year. While the 1040 relates to the previous year, the estimated tax form calculates taxes for the current year. You use Form 1040-ES to pay income tax, self-employment tax and any other tax you may be liable for.
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To avoid penalties, the payment—by check or money order accompanied by the correct IRS voucher—must be postmarked by the due date. Or, online payments can be made without a voucher. For example, if you miss it by one day, you'll get a penalty.
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Most of the 2021 tax forms and schedules have not been released by the IRS; we will update this page as soon as they become available. These forms are for 2021 Tax Returns (January 1 - December 31, 2021) due by April 15, 2022 and they can be e-filed via eFile.com between early January 2022 and October 15, 2022.
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Form 1040-V (Payment Voucher) is an optional form that you can include with your check payment if you owe the IRS at the time of filing. If you're paper-filing and are paying via check, we'll include the 1040-V with your tax return printout, along with mailing instructions.
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