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July 1999

Editor: Scott Gottlieb, CPA
Assistant editor: Susan A. Maffetone, CPA

This is an important update from the IRS - Please read carefully


Problem: Due to a contractor production error, some Estimated Tax Vouchers (Forms 1040-ES) have incorrect due dates for the 2nd and 4th quarter payments. The due date of June 16, 1999, should have been June 15, and the due date of Jan. 15, 2000, should be January 18. (Jan. 15, 2000, falls on a Saturday and the following Monday is the Martin Luther King holiday, moving the payment due date to Tuesday, Jan.18.)

Who's affected: About 2.2 million taxpayers received these misprinted 1040-ES packages in late May. The error did not occur in the 18 million 1040-ES packages mailed out near the beginning of this year.

What IRS is doing about the problem: The vendor has corrected the problem for the next mailing segment in August and the IRS has made program changes to ensure accurate voucher due dates in the future. The IRS will credit payments from affected taxpayers postmarked June 16, 1999, as having been made timely. IRS customer service personnel have information to help taxpayers who may call about the matter.

What affected taxpayers should do: Taxpayers should use the vouchers they received, despite the incorrect due dates. Taxpayers have until Jan. 18, 2000, to make a timely 4th quarter estimated tax payment.


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