How to make quarterly tax payments if you're a freelancer or business owner


How to make quarterly tax payments if you're a freelancer or business owner

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Types of income that may require you to make quarterly payments include:  Self-employment income, from a business you own or freelance workContract work, including gig work or any job where you aren't an employee with taxes withheld from your paycheckDividendsCapital gainsDistributions from a retirement accountW-2 wages, if you didn't have enough tax taken out of your paycheckMathis notes that anyone who expects to pay more than $1,000 in taxes on all those income sources combined should plan to pay estimated taxes

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