Most of us don’t enjoy tax time, especially if you think you might owe money. For some people however, the dread is overshadowed by the lure of a potential tax refund.
For the 2018 tax filing season, the IRS anticipated that 70 percent of taxpayers would get a refund, and that the average refund is estimated to be roughly $3,000. That’s a lot of money rolling in that isn’t part of your regular monthly budget.
So what do you do with that windfall? Do you have a plan that allows you to make the most of your refund? We’ve gathered our best tips to help you make the choices with your refund that benefit you and your family the most….and even account for some fun in the process.
6 Smart Ways to Spend Your Tax Refund
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