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Efiled return accepted by the IRS on 4/13/21. 1st estimated pmt for 2021 was to be electronically paid on 4/15 but was not. Should we print the voucher and mail payment?

SteveWash
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dkh
Level 11

No don't print voucher and mail payment      IRS is behind on processing payments    

If you have a moment look through the last two-three days of posts.  You'll find many posts with same concern.   

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jeffmcpa2010
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And now you know why I have never scheduled an automatic payment.

When I print vouchers and give them to clients to pay, they never bother me with phone calls, saying

 

"the payment didn't get made"

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dkh
Level 11

No don't print voucher and mail payment      IRS is behind on processing payments    

If you have a moment look through the last two-three days of posts.  You'll find many posts with same concern.   

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SteveWash
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Thanks!  I'll give it a few days.  I've never had this happen in the past.

dkh
Level 11

Yes, this has been an exceptionally unusual tax season.   Let's hope for normal next year.

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