In my 45 years of w^^k always claimed single and 0. Had to write two checks to the IRS in that time for taxes. YEA YEA I know left money with the govmt instead of getting interest on it in my account but no surprises at tax time
USCG regulations say you have to go out. They don't say anything about coming back.
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Isn't it better to do a minimal withholding, and then just write that nasty check to the tax man at the end of the tax year (assuming that you won't get slapped with some kind of underpayment penalty)?
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