Underpayment Penalty

Underpayment Penalty,

What is The Definition of Underpayment Penalty?

  1. Underpayment Penalty refers to Taxes are levied on those who do not pay their estimates and withholding taxes. If a person is found to be paying less tax, he or she may face a fine. Form 2210 is used to report payments.

  2. His sentence is a humiliating reminder to the IRS that he will have to pay income tax not only on April 15 next year. Basically, it acts like interest on a loan, on which the penalty rate applies to the expected amount of tax, but is not paid on each of the four payment dates during the year. The IRS sets a penalty fee and changes every three months. There are some exceptions to this penalty. See tax estimates.

Literal Meanings of Underpayment Penalty


Meanings of Penalty:
  1. Penalties for breaking laws, rules or agreements.

  2. A disability or disability imposed on a player or team (in sports and games), usually by breaking the rules.

Sentences of Penalty
  1. The charge carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison

  2. Officials familiar with the runners oversee the game and impose sanctions if they break the rules.

Synonyms of Penalty

penance, sanction, retribution, punitive action, punishment