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We have paid no income tax the past few years. It looks like we may owe less than $100 to the feds for 2013. But we have just used up all the capital losses we have been carrying forward for a while, so we will likely owe somewhat more for 2014. I don't know how much -- estimating is impossible since it entirely depends on how much capital gain our investment manager racks up for us.

Given the small amount of tax owed for 2013, do we meet the safe harbor requirement to not have to pay estimated for 2014?


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