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Thanks everyone for your quick response.

I think we ARE fortunate to have received the major portion of our 2002 income (without taxes being witheld) during the first quarter. The equal quarterly Estimated Tax payments combined with withholding from our regular pension income nicely stretches out payment of 100% of our 2001 tax obligation as long as possible.

Phil: You surely wouldn't hear a peep from me if we had to pay taxes on "a gazillion" in capital gains this year! Have you any hot stock market tips to share?

The Tax Strategies Board alone is worth $30!
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