Hi,DW hasn't worked for a couple of years, and is now abusiness real-estate agent (ie, she represents peoplebuying or selling businesses, not houses orcommercial property) and she's closed her first coupleof deals within the past month. I downloaded theform 1040-ES and it is somewhat unclear on thepoint: "if you had no tax liability in 2002, you don'thave to pay estimated tax".In 2002, DW had no wage or business income herself, butwe did have income from investments held jointly. Did DWhave a tax liability by their definition?So, the question is does she have to file estimated taxfor 2003 immediately, or can we go ahead and pay her partof our taxes without penalty when we file our 2003 return?Thanks.--Foobarista
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