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Thirteen?! Really? Is that legal ;-)? I figured I had the option of one or zero. How does that work? I read somewhere else on this board that the IRS may require documentation for unusually high numbers. Is there some sort of worksheet that can help me figure out the correct number for me so I won't owe much if anything? I'm so confused. Please explain how is it I can just use arbitrarily high numbers. And thanks for the reply.
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