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Arkansas Estimated Tax Payments

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Arkansas Estimated Tax Payments

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If you made an Estimated Declaration and paid estimated tax payments on income OTHER THAN wages, salaries, tips, etc., write the amounts paid in this space. The only amounts to enter here are payments you made on last years Declaration of Estimated Income Tax (includes January 15,  installment and/or credit brought forward from last years tax return).

DO NOT include PENALTIES OR INTEREST as part of the amount paid.

If you and your spouse filed a JOINT declaration and you and your spouse choose to file your tax returns on separate forms this year, payments made under the joint declaration of estimate will be credited to the primary filer.

If you are filing prior year tax returns past the due date of the tax return, the refund/overpayment from those tax returns cannot be carried forward as estimated tax.


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Views: 1051 Created on: Jun 15, 2013
Date updated: Dec 31, 2018
Posted in: States, Arkansas

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