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BladeXrunner: You missed my point. The poster felt they had already underpaid their estimated taxes due to the time frame of the sales (i.e 2nd and 3rd quarters). If there is still money due for the first 3 quarters, using either the annualized or per period method (90%/105%, whichever applies), the sooner the payment to correct this, the sooner the penalties stop running on the amount already underpaid.
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