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I now understand the rebate check, but I now have another question - because of the tax reform legislation, will we be paying less tax for the rest of this year as opposed to what we would have been paying if the legislation had not passed? In other words, will LESS tax be taken out for the second half of the year? Or will we get MORE of a refund after we file? I'm only referring to the tax brackets, not to any extra deductions, credits, etc. that may have been legislated.

I'm posing my questions in this manner because of several articles I've read recently.


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