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Subject: Re: Max amount withholdable on W-4? Date: 3/19/2000 8:04 PM
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Is there a maximum amount that I can have withheld via my W-4 late in the year to account for cap gains realized early in the year? I note that there is a line 6 - additional amount you want withheld. Can I have my whole paycheck withheld if necessary?
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10-4

As long as the payroll dept will handle it for you

Net check = .01 !!!

pete


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