On the 2018 W4 calculator, it asks for CURRENT paystub info. Would that be the same for the property taxes and interest; paid to date, or would that be the annual amount?

The 2018 W4 calculator instructs you to put in the date of your next paycheck, and then the amounts on your current paystub (paid to date). It then asks for property tax and interest info. However, it does not state if that info would be CURRENT amounts already paid, or if it should be estimates of what you'll pay for the entire year. Please clarify which amounts to enter. I'm assuming property info would be the same as paycheck info; to date. But you know what they say...


Would that be the same for the property taxes and interest; paid to date, or would that be the annual amount?  Annual amount. 
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