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Department of Taxation and Finance

Filing estimated tax

Online:

The easiest and fastest way for you to make estimated tax payments is by creating an Online Services account. You can also review your estimated tax payments electronically.

By mail:

Individuals should:

  • Use the estimated tax payment voucher from your tax software or use Form IT-2105, Estimated Tax Payment Voucher for Individuals.
  • For mailing information and details, see Form IT-2105-I, Instructions for Form IT-2105, Estimated Tax Payment Voucher for Individuals.
  • Enter your entire Social Security number when completing the voucher.
  • Submit separate estimated tax coupons for each spouse, even if filing a joint return.
  • Enter your name as it will appear on your personal income tax return.
  • Write the tax year and the last four digits of your Social Security number on your check if you file a paper coupon.

Estates and trusts should:

  • Use Form IT-2106, Estimated Income Tax Payment Voucher for Fiduciaries.
  • Enter the name of the estate or trust exactly as shown on federal Form SS-4, Application for Employer Identification Number.

Partnerships and New York S corporations should:

  • Use Form IT-2658, Report of Estimated Tax for Nonresident Individual Partners and Shareholders.
  • List only individuals as nonresident partners. Do not list both spouses for a joint return, estates, trusts or LLC/LLPs.

Also see: Estimated taxes

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