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Author: MrKTabb Two stars, 250 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 121061  
Subject: Re: Federal Exemptions Date: 4/24/2001 12:24 AM
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Phooley,

You are confused.

I agree...but it was short while it lasted.

The original poster was asking about the number of exemptions to claim on Form 1040.

Aw, shucks (after having gone back to re-read the original post)...I need to stop skimming... :)

The instructions you copied/pasted are from W-4.

Well, yes they were cut and pasted from the original post. But obviously to me now, the text was out of context since the post was a question about form 1040.

As Phil said, one often has nothing to do with the other.


--Kaylin
...who's learning to stop skimming and actually read the posts on these boards...
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