I've reorganized as an S-corp and am paying the sole employee (me) a "reasonable salary". Do I need to pay estimated taxes both as an individual and a corp?

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You should pay your employee and employer share of FICA and FWT as well as state and local taxes as the employer. The employer is responsible for submitting - not the employee. You should only have to make quarterly individual estimates if you have other non W2 taxable income and do not adjust your W2 withholding to compensate. You can elect to have extra FWT taken out through payroll to cover that instead.

And sorry for delay in addressing your question. There was a glitch just now fixed that left a bunch of queries like yours in limbo 

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