Reminder – deadline for 3rd quarter estimated tax payments (and miles earnings) coming up

Just a brief post to remind you all that the deadline for sending estimated tax payments for the 3rd quarter of 2013 is coming up. The deadline to send the payment is September 16, 2013. In my experience, it takes a couple of days for the payment to post, so I don’t take any chances and never wait until the last day to send my payment.

TaxesIf you’re wondering how this relates to you, you can earn miles for paying your taxes in certain circumstances, and this is exactly what I do. If you send estimated tax payments instead of having them deducted from your payroll like most people do, you can earn miles by leveraging a couple of payment methods, like the Delta Suntrust debit card ($3.49 flat fee regardless of the payment amount) via, or via a BlueBird check.

To learn more about the ins and outs of making payments using a miles earning debit card with PayUSAtax, you can refer to this prior article.


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