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Author: SeniorCit Three stars, 500 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 121482  
Subject: Estimated Taxes for 2009 Date: 4/5/2009 1:03 PM
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I noticed a few posters have been looking for their 1040-ES for 2009.

I received mine early and have completed #1 which is due 4-15-09.

If I would have used the prepared voucher that TurboTax prepared from my 2008 taxes, My payment would have been grossly overpaid.

The reason being, that those of us that are relieved of taking the MRD
for 2009, and don't plan to make a distribution, will have reduced AGI.

A would guess that those of you that have this "problem" are aware, but just wanted to send an alert.

I also am curious how or where the 2009 stimulus get worked into the process. I am retired and happen to have two pension payments. I notice now that both have reduced my Federal Tax withholding starting 4-1 such that they both will have reduced payments by $340.00 by 12-2009.

A new calculation of the 2009 Estimated tax worksheet should handle both situations.
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