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Thanks Delta.

I did try what you mentioned, and it came to within $600 of what the IRS calculator said we would owe, so it looks as though it's pretty much right on. This is the first year that I am "moving on up" into the 25% tax bracket as well (based on my income, not by virtue of the marriage), so I guess part of the adjustment is getting used to the bigger bite overall.
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