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My husband and I recently had a windfall due to the sale of some stock that was valued higher than we thought. My question is, does anyone know a way to figure up how this is going to affect us tax-wise at the end of the year? Maybe a formula or something to determine if what we already have coming out in taxes will be enough or if we need to start having $5 or $10 more come out each payday. Any advice would be helpful. Thanks.
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