About 1/3 of the taxes we've paid in 1998 went with our 1040 in April. Now, the Quicken tax report shows this huge amount paid in taxes, which is really not quite right.I suspect it's a problem with how the payments are categorized - right now, they're just Tax:Fed, etc. Clearly if I recategorize them, they wouldn't show up on the tax reports. But how will any add-on tax package find them then?Even then, recategorizing the payments still lets Quicken include them in graphs such as YTD Expense Comparison. Is there any way I can indicate that a payment is for the prior year?I'm considering adding a new account, to which I can transfer the funds on 12/31 of the appropriate tax year. Then I should be able to run reports against the remaining accounts and see the funds creditted as of the year they were paid for. Does this make sense, or is it a hairy hack?Thanks,scott
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