Hi redhed, First, sorry about the divorce. Second, your filing status for 2000 taxes is your status as at Dec. 31. If you are divorced, then you file as single (or conceivably head of household if there are children involved). Third, who gets credit for which tax payments should be spelled out in your divorce decree. You and your spouse can agree on that as you wish, and hopefully as is fair. Fourth, figure what your taxes will be for 2000, with your filing status and credit for payments already made, as above. Arrange so that enough is withheld from your salary to cover your tax liability for 2000. If enough is withheld, you don't have to worry about filing quarterly estimates even if some had been filed previously. Best wishes, Chris
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