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Do you plan to use all of your tax return to pay off DEBT?

Curious how many people are planning to do it this year?

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Re: Do you plan to use all of your tax return to pay off DEBT?

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Re: Do you plan to use all of your tax return to pay off DEBT?

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Re: Do you plan to use all of your tax return to pay off DEBT?

yes can't wait 

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Re: Do you plan to use all of your tax return to pay off DEBT?

It already has been deposited to my NFCU checking account.

 

I really have no immediate need for the funds so I will xfer to savings and let it accrue interest.

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Re: Do you plan to use all of your tax return to pay off DEBT?

I'm finishing off my car loan and throwing the rest into a savings account.
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Re: Do you plan to use all of your tax return to pay off DEBT?

Mines was used to pay off my car loan.  I am now waiting on the title!  The remaining went to my Emigrant savings accounts. 
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Re: Do you plan to use all of your tax return to pay off DEBT?

yup.


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Re: Do you plan to use all of your tax return to pay off DEBT?

Nope. I usually don't let the feds use my money for the year.

I like to use it or save it myself. So I don't get so-called refunds. 

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Re: Do you plan to use all of your tax return to pay off DEBT?

Using it to pay off my car loan from my new car last June.
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