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Thanks, Roy.

It has become apparent that I will need to have more money deducted from the paycheck. Denial ain't just a river in Egypt, I guess. ;-)

I'll look into that marriage penalty, thanks for the tip. I've heard about it on the news of late... and November elections are around the corner... hmmmm.

And I think I will invest in a copy of the TMF tax guide. I'm particularly interested in how I can exercise my employee stock options without paying too much in taxes (e.g. would a cashless exercise potentially bump me into a higher tax bracket?).

I know taxes aren't as much fun as seeing DELL stock split over and over.... but we should all be Foolish about taxes.

Thanks again.

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