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Thanks All!

The Penny Wise (chills from that name in King's IT book) example in the CT tax form helped a lot.
I wonder who had fun writing that section.

And I'm just off the phone with the dept of revenue in CT - no form CT-2210 is required because I sent in the payment in the quarter the income was received.
Although if I get a statement from CT with questions I may have to fill it out.

Since my income has changed drastically they had a lot of questions.
I am supposed to pay 90% of the income tax shown on the 2019 return or 100% of the 2018 tax due.
Both are way out of whack with the current tax due and the representative asked questions and understood that situations change.

After seeing this years results in taxes, I could have converted a lot more and will use the recommendation of playing around with numbers with my 2019 tax software for 2020.

So many moving parts that all us old folks should get honorary degrees.

thank you again

nag
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