>>legm wrote: This underpayment is the result of realized capital gains so if there is no way to avoid a penalty would it be allright just to wait until next April or should I add the extra amount in the Janaury payment? So far there is no way I can offset it with any more losses. When did you sell the property that resulted in the capital gains? You may be eligible to use the "annualized income" method/worksheet to avoid underpayment penalties. Basic idea of this method is that if you had normal income for most of the year then a big income item (i.e. a big gain on a stock sale) late in the year, you don't get hammered for underpayment penalties since the big income came at year-end.
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