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I'm hoping to take the big plunge into "R" next year and am wondering: I've read that you have to pay estimated income tax on your last year's earnings. My retirement income from savings etc. will only be around 40% of that. Do I take a really big hit on this years earnings or pay estimated taxes on what I will actually be drawing?
Thanks, Jim
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