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Pixy,

Dr. C writes:

<<However, one area that may be faulty is my hazy guessing at what my tax rates are likely to be, I presume I have to use guesses at federal and state income tax rates right ?

In California I'm really not sure what a typical tax rate is going to be - I think its in the 7 to 9 percent range. And the federal goes, 28%, 33%, 40% or something doesn't it , though I'm not sure what the thresholds are.

Do you have any idea what these might be or where to look on the web for them ?>>


Yes, you should use both state and federal rates. The latter may be found at www.irs.gov, and CA probably has a website that will give you that info, too. I, however, don't know what it is.

Regards..Pixy
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