Tax Strategies: Estimated Quarterly Taxes ( Should You Pay Using This Years Tax Refund?)

Tax Strategies: Estimated Quarterly Taxes ( Should You Pay Using This Years Tax Refund?)



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The question in this video is: Should I use my tax refund towards paying estimated quarterly taxes for 2019? If I overpay
the estimate, will I have to pay taxes on future refunds?

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