Hey Dave, can you help me file my estimated taxes?

June 18, 2015 by Dave Du Val, EA
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Hey Dave,

I am a member and would really appreciate some advice on filing estimated taxes. Please let me know if you provide this service.

Bev

 

Bev,

Thank you for your inquiry. Estimated taxes are filed on Form 1040-ES. While we at TaxAudit do not prepare or file tax forms, TurboTax should be able to assist you with this.

TurboTax has a planning tool to help determine what your estimated payments should be. Click "Other Tax Situations" in the "Federal Taxes" or “Personal” section, then click "Start" or "Update" to the right of "Form W-4 and Estimated Taxes." TurboTax should also print the 1040-ES forms for you, and provide instructions for making the payments.

If you need help, we suggest you contact TurboTax customer support.

Forms 1040-ES and instructions are also available on the IRS website.

Deductibly Yours,

Dave

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David E. Du Val, EA
Chief Compliance Officer for TRI Holdco

 

Dave Du Val, EA, is Chief Compliance Officer for TRI Holdco. Inc., the parent company of TaxAudit, and Centenal Tax Group. A nationally recognized speaker and educator, Dave is well known for his high energy and dynamic presentation style. He is a frequent and popular guest speaker for the California Society of Tax Consultants, the California Society of Enrolled Agents and the National Association of Tax Professionals. Dave frequently contributes tax tips and information to news publications, including US News and World Report, USA Today, and CPA Practice Advisor. Dave is an Enrolled Agent who has prepared thousands of returns during his career and has trained and mentored hundreds of tax professionals. He is a member of the National Association of Tax Professionals, the National Association of Enrolled Agents and the California Society of Enrolled Agents. Dave also holds a Master of Arts in Education and has been educating people since 1972. 


 

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