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Yes, taxes are so complicated. Also the next dollar may push your LTCG into 15% territory or it may fall into regular income. Also remember that after you count any LTCG amounts in special brackets, you have to skip those amounts to determine your initial (first dollar) tax bracket for regular income.

I like the online calculator because you can type in your hypothesis and get a tax estimate rather quickly.

Cheers,
Juan@Austin
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