I've Filed My Taxes. What Happens Now?

I've Filed My Taxes. What Happens Now?

The sooner you file your taxes, the sooner you’ll know how much you’re getting back—or how much you owe the IRS. And since extensions only delay the inevitable, just go ahead and file.

That way, you have more time to plan how you’re going to spend your cash, or how you’re going to save up to pay what you owe.

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Getting a Tax Refund Isn't Necessarily a Good Thing

Getting a Tax Refund Isn't Necessarily a Good Thing

Taxpayers overpay the IRS nearly $1 billion each year.¹ In fact, the average tax refund check last year was $3,026.² Hello instant raise!

While a big, fat check from the IRS can feel amazing, the truth is much less thrilling. That’s because you’re not actually getting a pay bump. You’re getting a pay cut for 11 months out of the year. And the IRS is getting a very generous interest-free loan from you in the meantime.

You and your budget deserve better.

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