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Have not thought of this option.

Do you mean I create another return for 2020 but with the estimated income, deductions etc for 2021, and just make a note of the tax due - I don't need to save it at all.

Worth trying. However, the tax rates etc will be for 2020, not 2021.

Meanwhile, I have used TT as mentioned in my previous message and accepted the numbers. Hopefully the fake 2020 return with 2021 estimated incomes etc will not produce very different result.

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