Get a hold on yourself. If you need the $200 before next year when you file your tax return just change your withholding now to increase your take home pay by that amount. I think you missed my whole point. I don't need the money at all - to the contrary, since I always owe estimated tax, I don't even claim one exemption on my withholding.I was merely pointing out that after years of accepting my filing status, it's odd that the one year it matters, they inexplicably changed it, and that this apparently happened to a huge number of taxpayers. And I can just see ME telling the IRS that *I* made a mistake and owe them an extra $200, but they'll just have to wait until next April when I file my next return to get it, and that I refuse to pay any interest or penalities, and if they don't like it, tough.One of the things that used to frustrate me when I had my tax practice was how the IRS is never held accountable to the same standards it requires of taxpayers.ab
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