how to estimate taxes due on 52,000.00 dollars?

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That depends. Are those millions an inheritance? There are estate taxes if it's over $5 million. Is that yearly income? If it's salary, bonus, speaking fees or endorsements the top tax rate is 39.6% plus state tax. If it's capital gain the top rate for 2013 is 20% plus state tax. Investment ...

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