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Or asked another way, if my 2009 tax obligation is covered by my withholding amount and the first quarterly AMT payment, is that acceptable to the IRS?

I think you're confusing AMT, which has nothing to do with withholding, with estimated tax payment requirements, which do. Yes, if your 2009 liability is covered by your 2009 withholding plus an estimated tax payment made on or before 4/15/2009, you'll have no problem.

You might want to read up in IRS Publication 505.

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