I'm talking about the little check.Answer Question
I think you are talking about a tax refund at the end of the year? The only way I would imagine you could get that much back, is to have your deductions on your W-2 set very low and then take an additional amount out on top of that. In Alabama, where I live, what you get back from the State is added to your income on your Federal Income Tax forms. I think it is best to just break even during tax time because that means you are only sending the government the amount of your taxes due, and you get to keep more in your paycheck to spend or save as you see fit. Getting a check back from the State only means you 'lent' your money to the State to use for a while, but you gained no interest on that money, unlike what you could have done if you had that extra $100 a month to put in a savings account. This is my humble opinion.
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