Can we auto withdraw Individual VA estimates? Search does yield any help


Great questions. The short answer is No. In Lacerte if you were to type in the search box in the upper right "e-file estimated" and click on search it would bring up this knowledge base for you:

Using the E-file Estimated Payment Wizard

The article states:

Individual Federal and Maine Estimates - can be sent electronically but they MUST be sent with the filing of the tax return.  They are not available in the Estimate Wizard.

Another great way to tell if you are able to send estimated payments through the program is in the file go to General> 3 Miscellaneous Information/Direct Deposit>Virginia Direct Deposit / Electronic Payment section and see if there is a checkbox for Electronic payment of estimated tax. For VA there is not.

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