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Can you also send in estimated taxes quarterly to make up any difference?

Of course I can. I shouldn't have to, just because the government form can be figured 20 ways to Sunday.

I went through the process in TurboTax of refiguring W4 based on using this year's deductions and my expectations of salary for next year. Damned thing said we should each file a W4 with exemptions (his 2, mine 3) on it. Well, DUUUUH... last year, I ignored that and simply filed M zero on both of us and we end up owing. Turbo say take a bunch of exemptions to LOWER withholdings, figuring the high income 2 earner worksheet on W4 says file extra withholding...

Can't any of these darned things agree?

More M than ever before, I remain,

MHf
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