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Subject: marrage Date: 1/13/1999 5:21 PM
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I'm engaged to be married this spring.Our AGI will be around 140,000 for 1999.Q:how should we file,seperate or joint.Q:Can she continue to contribute to her 401K after we are married(my employer contributes 15% of my base salery every month to a money purchase pension plan).
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Subject: Re: marrage Date: 1/13/1999 8:56 PM
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[[I'm engaged to be married this spring.]]

Congrats...

[[Our AGI will be around 140,000 for
1999.Q:how should we file,seperate or joint.]]

It depends upon a number of things. You can read my series of posts regarding the marriage penalty and filing joint/separate in the Taxes FAQ area. You might want to check it out.

[[Q:Can she continue to contribute to
her 401K after we are married(my employer contributes 15% of my base salery
every month to a money purchase pension plan).]]

Sure...not a problem...regardless if you file jointly or separately.

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