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Ten things you can do with your tax refund

According to the IRS, the average tax refund in the United States in 2017 was $2,763. But remember, a tax refund is not a gift or a windfall – it’s your own hard-earned money that Uncle Sam has used interest-free for a year. Before you go on a spending spree, think about ways you can use your tax refund to improve your financial situation.
Depending on your unique financial goals, that money could be put toward debt reduction, college savings or growing your retirement fund. Here are 10 ideas of what you could do with your tax refund this ...


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