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“One of the federal safe harbor rules is if you pay enough through 2021 withholdings in 2021 to cover at least 100% of the taxes you owed for 2020 (110% if you’re considered high income).”

Thanks, appreciated 🙏

This clarification above helped tremendously. For some reason I interpreted as I paid 100% or more of 2020 taxes through withholdings from 2020


Same safe harbor rules apply for my home state of Indiana from what I read.
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