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TMFExRO: Thanks for your help. I will get right on it and mail in my Q1 Est. tax payment. You were a big help. How about another question (anyone can respond please):

If someone doesn't have any, nor needs any income through August 2000, but then needs to sell some stock for the remaining quarter expenses..... do they have to make estimated payments starting with the first one due on april 15th 2000? or can they wait until Q3 pymt which is due on Sept 15 2000, since that's the quarter they made the sale in?

If Q1 payments are required in April, and you're not sure exactly how much you're going to be needing to sell in August, what do you do? I bet you should figure high,right? Where's a crystal ball when you need one. I'm hoping the answer is wait till Q3 pymt when you know the amount.
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