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Is it a good idea to over-withhold in order to get a Refund each year? Or should we adjust our Withholding so that our tax bill/refund is closer to $0?

In order to receive that huge refund you have given the IRS a tax free loan. I believe it more Foolish to have the money and owe them a little. You could have been adding some monies to that IRA all year long.

Know Foolin' 2001!
HaGD, L2J
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