I have already paid the first two quarters, without this program. I am wanting to import/input all that info into this program. How do I do that?

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It's great to have you here, katherinebmartin.

I am here to help you in recording your tax payments in the system.

Recording your tax payments is just the same with recording all your income and expense transactions. There are 3 ways to do so.

As soon as your transaction is recorded, make sure to categorize it properly. For tax payments, it should be categorized as "Estimated Taxes". Once categorized, payments will be applied directly to your tax dues.

For future reference on what specific category to use for your transactions, you may check out these articles:

In addition, I’d suggest to consult with your accountant for you to be guided accurately on what specific category to use for your transactions. For other tax-related questions, you can also visit our AnswerXchange Community Team for assistance.

Don’t hesitate to leave a comment below if you need more help in recording your transactions. I'll be around to help you out.

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