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Subject: Re: Question on estimated taxes form Date: 4/2/2008 2:11 AM
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If I do have to do this, does someone know where online I can find a link to print them? And what is the form called -- 10-something-ES? I'd rather have the ones with my name and info on them, but I'll do what I need to.

Big change this year, and lots of people won't get them. I suspect it had to do with the fact that a lot of them wound up in the shredder, just like mine did.

Here's the form: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f1040es.pdf

Note that you can fill it in with your Adobe reader.

I'd encourage you to check out EFTPS if you're comfortable with online payment authorizations. I've used it for years. It does take some setup time, so it wouldn't work for your 4/15 ES payment. If you're interested, www.eftps.com.

Phil
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