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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 2220 Payments

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 2220 Payments

We have said with the business credits that one of the things that overlaps with business credits is withholding. The employer is responsible for withholding the Social Security and the federal income tax matching the Social Security payments and paying them over at least quarterly to the IRS. If Social Security is withheld from more than one employer and the employee is only responsible for say one hundred and thirteen thousand seven hundred, but between the two employers more than that was withheld, the extra amount withheld becomes a refundable credit to the employee. There's also something called backup withholding. Employers require that your Social Security number go to the accounting office and that the accounting office then use that to reform in the employee's name. You just really can't get employed without a Social Security number or other similar work documentation, but you can open a bank account without one. They ask for an employer identification number, but if you do not give them one, they will instead withhold twenty-eight percent of whatever earnings you have. Trusts will do the same. In addition to withholding and backup withholding, there are also estimated payments. If someone is self-employed and they owe more than a thousand dollars or if they have more than four hundred dollars in self-employment earnings, they are supposed to make quarterly estimated payments. Now, you can get out of that requirement if your household also has withholdings and the withholdings more than cover your liability. The four hundred dollars though in self-employment income triggers self-employment tax in addition to federal income tax. Normally, you pay one fourth in the first quarter, 14 for the second quarter, one fourth for the third quarter, and one fourth for the fourth quarter. But what if you're a business that sells Christmas trees? You...