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American taxpayers are about to come into a bit of money. While nobody likes filing tax returns, most people are rewarded handsomely for their efforts: About 75% of taxpayers get a refund, according to the Internal Revenue Service. In 2005, the average refund rang in at more than $2,000, a nice chunk of change. A cash windfall like this, of course, has Americans across the country struggling with tough decisions, like whether they should buy the plasma TV or book that last minute trip to the Caribbean. This paper explains five better ways to put that money to use.
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