Estimated Tax Payments for Individuals

If you are self-employed or do not have Maryland income taxes withheld by an employer, you can make quarterly estimated tax payments as part of a pay-as-you-go plan. You can make estimated payments online using iFile, which also allows you to review your history of previous payments made through iFile and also schedule the payments. You can also submit estimated payments using Form PV.

If your employer does withhold Maryland taxes from your pay, you may still be required to make quarterly estimated income tax payments if you develop a tax liability that exceeds the amount withheld by your employer by more than $500.

If you receive $500 or more in income from awards, prizes, lotteries, racetracks or raffles, you must file Form PV - along with your full estimated tax payment - within 60 days of receiving the income.

If you file joint returns

You and your spouse may file a joint Form PV regardless of whether you file your final return jointly or separately.

The estimated tax may be claimed in any proportion on the final return as long as the amounts claimed separately do not exceed the total paid.

Estimated Tax Forms and Services

Estimated Tax Calculator
Pay Your Estimated Tax Electronically (iFile)
Form PV - Personal Declaration of Estimated Income Tax Payment Voucher
Mailing instructions:

Please complete Form PV (above), include your check made payable to the ‚ÄúComptroller of Maryland‚ÄĚ and mail to:

Comptroller of Maryland
Payment Processing
PO Box 8888
Annapolis, MD 21401-8888