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View Poll Results: For Retired Jt. Filers- Line 63, Form 1040 (Repaired)
0<=X<5000 9 25.00%
5000<=X<10,000 9 25.00%
10,000<=X<15,000 4 11.11%
15,000<=X<20,000 2 5.56%
20,000<=X<25,000 1 2.78%
25,000<=X<30,000 2 5.56%
X>$30,000 9 25.00%
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Retired Joint Filers- How Much Tax on Line 63?
Old 04-09-2008, 10:27 PM   #1
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Retired Joint Filers- How Much Tax on Line 63?

OK, here is the poll for you marrieds. I must have hit publish, before I even got the poll built.


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$4,811.52. But may be increasing in 2008 due to DW IRA RMD.

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Zero. And that's with a $10,000 Roth conversion (thanks education credits).
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Had a potfull of income in 2007 even though I retired in July. So I was in the top bracket. Next year I fully expect to be (and will w*rk hard at) in the bottom bracket.
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