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Hmm, I don't follow because the highest tax bracket, 9.3%, kicks in at around $40,000 so we will definitely fall into that bracket. But I will take a look at the CA tax booklet that you mentioned.

I'm not sure in all of this whether anyone has mentioned that you need to do the same analysis of your state withholding that you did for the Federal.

As for the itemized deduction stuff, it will take care of itself when the year is over. Just keep the good financial records you should already be keeping.

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