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nmangohig said:

i didn't track fed tax, state tax, etc. in 2001. beginning with my first check in 2002, i started using the paycheck function in quicken. i figure i should see fed tax for what it is... the biggest expense (other than housing) that we'll likely be paying

I had the same plan but when I did the "Set Up Paycheck" function on Quicken I was able to quickly use 2001 pay stubs and do all of 2001 in like 20 minutes. It was not difficult or time consuming.

Just a thought.

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