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Subject: Can Q to properly handle estimated tax payments? Date: 1/11/2013 6:07 PM
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Using Quicken 2011 Deluxe.

I make estimated federal tax payments. The last one each year is due on Jan 15th of the next year. I just made that payment (for tax year 2012) today.

Is there any way to get Quicken to recognize that this payment is for 2012?

When I run the various reports Quicken does not include this amount in 2012 taxes. And, conversely, it does include the payment I made in Jan 2012 (which was for 2011 taxes) in the 2012 reports.
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