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Subject: Re: AMT vs Withholding Date: 6/16/2009 7:57 PM
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I can't quite follow youR post's problem because you don't usually pay AMT istallments separately from your normal tax obligation. You should do one of 2 things, however:
1. if your tax will be lower this year than 2008, get a 2210 tax calculator from the web to determine your minimum required installments. It will factor in your withholding.
2. If your tax will be more than last year, be sure you have paid in with wihholing and installment payments at least 1/4 of last year's tax each quarter (110% of last year's tax if your AGI last year waws over $150k.

Withholding can be averaged over all 4 quarters so if you have a source of voluntary withholding you can adjust everything in December with an extra withholding.

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