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Old 12-24-2016, 06:40 PM
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W4 Filing When Married

I have always filed my W4 with zero exemptions and always gotten a return at the end of the year. After getting married last year, I changed my W4 status to married and stayed at zero exemptions, assuming I would still have the max taxes taken out. Now that we're at the end of the year, I see that I didn't have nearly enough taxes taken out, and I'm going to have to pay at the end of the year. Is there a different status I should be choosing for my W4 to ensure a return at the end of next year (no children, and my husband works full time as well).



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