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Roxanna Bernal

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Serving Central Valley families for over 7 years. Taxes done right so you can sleep at night visit us today open 7 days a week✅#payrollservices

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Capri Bookkeeping Solutions

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📍Want to flex your number crunching skills? Join our growing team! We are hiring a Senior Accountant + Bookkeepers in our Cherry Hill corporate office location. Check out our job descriptions in the link above and email us direct for inquiries: info@capribookkeeping.com ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀

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Viktoriya Khusit -Tax Pro

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Devon & Associates, Inc.

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Average tax refund down 17 percent, IRS reports This filing season is the first under Republicans’ overhaul of the tax code, and lawmakers have already been under fire as some taxpayers find their expected refunds smaller or gone altogether. The payments are sacrosanct to many Americans who rely on them to fill holes in their budgets. Though it amounts to giving the government an interest-free loan, taxpayers have long insisted on getting money back at tax time, with the share of people getting refunds lodged at 70 percent or more since the 1960s. Politicians have sometimes tried to change that, only to face a backlash from the public. Last year, 72 percent of taxpayers received refunds averaging $2,900. #payrollservices