Kansas Estimated Taxes

Kansas Quarterly Estimated Taxes – Tax Year 2009


 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Kansas requires that you complete and submit Kansas Form K-40ES (PDF) to make any necessary estimated tax payments.

Estimated tax payments are required on income not subject to withholding, such as earnings from self-employment, unemployment, interest and dividends (including income earned in another state while living in Kansas). You must make estimated tax payments if:
  • your estimated Kansas income tax after all credits is $500 or more;
  • and your withholding and credits may be less than the smaller of: a) 90% of the tax on your tax return for tax year 2009; or b) 100% of the tax shown on your 2008 tax return.

You also have the option of making a payment online via direct debit through the Kansas Tax Payment Center. As an alternative to paying your taxes out of your bank account, you may choose to make a credit or debit card payment through an authorized third-party vendor. Here's a list of vendors that handle Kansas estimated tax payments with credit cards.

For more information, please refer to the Form K-40ES Instructions (PDF) or visit the State of Kansas Department of Revenue website.



 KANSAS QUARTERLY ESTIMATED TAX PAYMENT OPTIONS

Submit Kansas Estimated Tax Payments Online:
Kansas Tax Payment Center

Print and mail:
Kansas Estimated Tax Form K-40ES (PDF)


 
Electronic Federal Tax Payment System Provider
 

Easy Estimated Taxes provides a simple and secure online solution for individuals seeking to make estimated tax payments electronically to the IRS.
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