For those who have filed your taxes already, and you're wanting a bigger refund next year, here's what you can do according to Motley Fool.
Adjust your withholding
On your W-4 form, you can specify a number of allowances you're claiming.
The lower the number, the more money your employer withholds for taxes, meaning a larger refund.
Itemizing your deductions
Keep records of your spending over the year such as medical and work-related expenses and see if it's beneficial to you come tax time.
Contributing to your 401K or IRA account
Contributing to these accounts for retirement can reduce your taxable income significantly.
But having a big refund isn't the best news.
Experts say the best outcome around tax time is to owe nothing or to get little back.
You'll likely want to break even, which means you're having the right amount of money withheld from your paycheck.
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