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Since I am new to Fooldom, I have two questions. I am getting way too much back on my tax return this year. Is there a good strategy for minimizing Tax returns?

I don't mind getting some money back, but this year is just ridiculous. I'm not complaining about having the money, but would like to have had the opportunity to do something with it during the previous year. This was not expected.

Also, as this is my first post, is there a Discussion board etiquette guide other than the Newbie Tutorial?
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