I'll never forget, years ago in my 20s, asking a friend where she bought her awesome jeans.
"These are my tax return jeans!" was her response.
A tax refund can seem like free money. But it's not - it is your own hard-earned cash. It's money you weren't relying on to live day-to-day. Now is your chance to turn those tables and make that money work hard for you!
A few key points to remember:
Here's a few ideas on how to make the most of tax time.
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