I have experienced similar situations as I do taxes for low income taxpayers at a local non-profit entity. I don't feel guilty about the refunds for these people as they usually do not make more than $30,000 with three or four kids. I also do taxes for other individuals including myself who have a somewhat similar situation to yourself where their w-2 income level is over $60,000, however they have investment properties or other tax shelters that result in no taxes due uncle sam, however you tack on the the child credit and they receive a refund. My suggestion to those individuals & I do this as well, is to put it into an investment or better yet donate it to a non-profit entity who can help those who do not make the $60,000/year.Melody Siegrist
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