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Claiming something other than what you are entitled to is a crime. I'm not sure the above is true...the amount you have withheld has no relevance on how much you ultimately must pay...and having too little withheld simply costs you much more in the long run. I believe your entitiled to do that to yourself! The idea is to have the CORRECT amount taken out! Anything less will not change the tax you have to pay and report, but will subject you to what can be substantial underpayment fees and interest and penalties. Why pay more, maybe much more, than you have to? The instructions to Form W-4 provide everything you would need to assure whatever amount of tax you want withheld is done. (Obviously, some things, like FICA, UI, etc are a straight proportion of a calculated amount that you cannot adjust).
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