Does this sound right?Only if neither you nor your spouse works. If the income detailed in your post is the only income you have in 2000, then your figures and assumptions are correct, and taking the taxable gains in 2000 makes sense to me. Caveat: I didn't verify your figure for the top of the 15% bracket, but it sounds right.TMF ExROPhil Marti
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