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An approved exemption from SE tax is generally effective for all tax years beginning with the first year you meet the eligibility requirements discussed earlier. (For example, if you meet the eligibility requirements in 2020, file Form 4029 in 2021, and the IRS approves your exemption in 2022, your exemption is effective for tax year 2020 and all later years.)

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Determine your estimated tax by using the worksheets in Pub. 505, Tax Withholding and Estimated Tax. You can also use the IRS Withholding Estimator at Pay the entire estimated tax for 2023 or the first installment by April 18, 2023. See Form 1040-ES for the different payment methods. The April 18 date applies whether or not your tax home and your abode are outside the United States and Puerto Rico. For more information, see chapter 2 of Pub. 505.

In summary, we have concluded that the traditional common law rule which imposed no warranty of habitability in residential leases is a product of an earlier, land-oriented era, which bears no reasonable relation to the social or legal realities of the landlord-tenant relationship of today. The United States Supreme Court has observed that "the body of private property law ..., more than almost any other branch of law, has been shaped by distinctions whose validity is largely historical." (Jones v. United States *640 (1960) 362 U.S. 257, 266 [4 L.Ed.2d 697, 705, 80 S.Ct. 725, 78 A.L.R.2d 233]), and on previous occasions in recent years our own court has responded to the changes wrought by modern conditions by discarding outworn common law property doctrines. (See Rowland v. Christian (1968) 69 Cal.2d 108 [70 Cal. Rptr. 97, 443 P.2d 561, 32 A.L.R.3d 496].) In taking a similar step today, we do not exercise a novel prerogative, but merely follow the well-established duty of common law courts to reflect contemporary social values and ethics. As Justice Cardozo wrote in his celebrated essay "The Growth of the Law" chapter V, pages 136-137: "A rule which in its origin was the creation of the courts themselves, and was supposed in the making to express the mores of the day, may be abrogated by courts when the mores have so changed that perpetuation of the rule would do violence to the social conscience.... This is not usurpation. It is not even innovation. It is the reservation for ourselves of the same power of creation that built up the common law through its exercise by the judges of the past." 041b061a72

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