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True for withholding. The estimated tax payments must be made on time to avoid an underpayment penalty.

I was just trying (obviously, unsuccessfully) to make the point that if the OP was already going to meet a safe harbor through withholding and/or expected estimated quarterly payments (since the OP referred to this one as an estimated tax payment I had not anticipated), that there is no need to make an estimated tax payment just to avoid a penalty. By meeting a safe harbor, penalties will be avoided as long as any additional tax due is paid on or before April 15, 2020.

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