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Bigger paychecks last year could mean smaller refunds

Tax reform legislation in 2018 put a little more money in your pockets and that could mean a little more out of your tax refunds.  Certified Public Accountant Paul Georgia of Sturgeon Bay says changes in tax laws led to delays in implementation.

 

 

Georgia also says those who travel on business, such as sales representatives and truck drivers, are no longer able to itemize certain expenses.  However, there is good news for married couples and those with children.

 

 

If you're preparing your taxes on your own and have questions, Georgia says don't hesitate to reach out to CPA's like himself because it's their job to ensure you pay as little tax as possible.

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