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If your advance payments toward your 2017 tax liability, through withholding and estimated tax payments, are less than 90% of your 2017 tax or 100% (110% for high-income taxpayers) of your 2016 tax, you will be hit with an underpayment penalty. There is no penalty if the tax you owe is less than $1,000. When the underpayment penalty does apply, it is figured on a quarterly basis, so making an estimated tax payment late in the year will not reduce the penalties from earlier periods. However, wage withholding is deemed to be paid evenly throughout the year, allowing you to mitigate underpayments earlier in the year by increasing your withholding late in the year. If your state has a state income tax, be sure to consider whether you also need to adjust your state income tax withholding to offset under-withholding earlier in the year to avoid or reduce a state underpayment penalty.


Ken Boothe - Now You Can See Me Again / Out Of LoveKen Boothe - Now You Can See Me Again / Out Of LoveKen Boothe - Now You Can See Me Again / Out Of LoveKen Boothe - Now You Can See Me Again / Out Of Love

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