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Old 05-19-2010, 11:57 AM
UrbanGuySF
 
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Increase Personal Tax Exemption?

Hello! This past tax year I received a $6000 tax return due to real estate investments. I'd rather have the money in my pocket amortized over the year, rather than receive a lump sum at the end. Would I be permitted to increase the # of exemptions in order to reduce payment of monthly taxes at my salaried job? I am single with no kids. I am already claiming 11 exemptions! Thanks in advance for your advice.



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