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I've read a few posts about fellow Fools tracking their taxes throughout the year to avoid under-witholding or over-witholding taxes by tax time.

I am setting up Quicken 2003 to do my finances and am curious if anyone can offer suggestions on how to determine my yearly tax commitment as I go thru the year and how I could use my financial software to monitor this tax figure?

If I understand what I'm reading some people actually monitor their taxes witheld as the year goes along and make periodic changes to the amount witheld?

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