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Due to not increasing my withholding for tax year 2008 after my spouse passed, IRS calculated I needed to make AMT payments.

Since then I did increase my withholding so that it would be slightly more than my AMT quarterly payments.

Am I still obligated to pay the AMT payments?

Or asked another way, if my 2009 tax obligation is covered by my withholding amount and the first quarterly AMT payment, is that acceptable to the IRS?

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