You will include all of your estimated tax payments when you file your income tax return and will receive a refund of any overpayments made, whetehr from withholding or from estimated tax deposits.
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You should get your refund automatically from the IRS (it will not be quick though, likely about 4-6 weeks). You can use their website to track the status of your filed return and refund. if their is a problem with the refund not coming out to you, you should call the IRS starting after 5/31/14.
Your refund should automatically be processed and returned to you. It may take a little time because of the circumstances, but it will eventually make its way back to you. If you have not received the refund of your overpayment within 4 months or so, contact the IRS and provide them with the information.
You would need to show a refund due on the tax return. You should have entered in the amount of the estimated payment on the tax return and therefore, nothing would have been due or a refund would be issued. You may want to call IRS to see if there is an over payment and if they are processing it.
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