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What is the Estimated Tax Payment Schedule?

Posted by Manisha Hansraj on August 7, 2018
Last modified: February 22, 2019

tax payment schedule 2018

Do you need to make estimated tax payments?

Typically, if you receive a W-2, your taxes are automatically withheld. However, if you earn money from self-employment, interest, dividends, or rents, you will have to make estimated tax payments. This ensures that you’re paying your taxes.

Read on to find out the estimated tax payment schedule for 2019.

Estimated Tax Payment Due Dates

Generally, taxpayers can figure their estimated taxes and pay four equal portions of it throughout the year. You can also choose to pay your estimated tax by the tax deadline.

For instance, you can pay your estimated tax by April 15, 2019 or the dates below.

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Filing Taxes in Two States: Working in NY & Living in NJ

Posted by admin on October 20, 2016
Last modified: November 2, 2016

If you’re living and working in different states, plan on filing taxes in two states.

For many, working and living in different states can save you a lot of money. This is especially true if you work in an expensive city like New York City.

The commute from New Jersey to the Big Apple may be much more attractive to you, especially if you’re looking for more space, lower costs and fewer people.

However, you’ll want to keep in mind that those who work and live in different states are required to file taxes in both states.

In other words, you’ll need to file both a New Jersey and New York state tax return.

File a nonresident NY state tax return and a resident NJ state return

If you’re working in a different state than you live in, you’re required tofile:

  • a non-resident state return to the state you work in
  • a resident state return to the state you live in
  • a federal tax return (more…)