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2019 Corporate Excise tax forms and instructions
Estimated tax payment vouchers
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Form 1-ES, 2019 Estimated Income Tax Payment Vouchers, Instructions and Worksheets
Form 2-ES, 2019 Estimated Tax Payment Vouchers, Instructions and Worksheets for Filers of Forms 2 or 2G
- Form 355-ES, 2019 Corporate Estimated Tax Payment Vouchers, Instructions and Worksheets
Form 63FI-ES, 2019 Financial Institution Corporate Estimated Tax Payment Vouchers, Instructions and Worksheets
Form 63-29A, 2019 Ocean Marine Estimated Tax Payment Vouchers (check back soon for instructions and worksheets)
Form UBI-ES, 2019 Estimated Tax Payment Voucher for filers of Forms 3M, M-990T and M-990T-62 (check back soon for instructions and worksheets)
Income and Fiduciary Vouchers – these estimated tax payment vouchers provide a means for paying any taxes due on income which is not subject to withholding. This is to ensure that taxpayers are able to meet the statutory requirement that taxes due are paid periodically as income is received during the year. Generally, you must make estimated tax payments if you expect to owe more than $400 in taxes on income not subject to withholding. Learn more.
Corporate and Financial Institution Excise Vouchers – these estimated tax payment vouchers provide a means for paying any current taxes due under Chapter 63 of the Massachusetts General Laws. All corporations and financial institutions that reasonably estimate their excise to be in excess of $1,000 for the taxable year are required to make estimated payments. Learn more.
DOR Corporate Excise tax forms and instructions was last updated on January 22, 2020.