What's the recommendation for CA S corp returns accepted by FTB before announcement that estimates must be paid via Lacerte?

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Great to see you in the community. In Lacerte if you were to type "CA Estimates" in the upper right search box and click on Search it would bring up this knowledge base for you:

California Corporate and S-Corporate Electronic Payment of Estimated Tax

https://accountants-community.intuit.com/articles/1793357&src=lsccom

This knowledge base points out that new for 2018 the estimates will no longer be transmitted with the return:

New! Beginning with Tax Year 2018, California Corporate and S-Corporate Estimated Tax Payments can now be transmitted electronically through the Estimated Tax Wizard.  This means that CA estimated payments will  NO LONGER be transmitted with the filing of the tax return for these filing types.    





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