New tax season, new rules but same amount of refund? DNY59/iStock/Getty Images Plus

How big do you expect your tax refund to be this year?

Marketplace Staff Jan 28, 2019
New tax season, new rules but same amount of refund? DNY59/iStock/Getty Images Plus

It’s officially tax season! Starting Jan. 28, you can file your tax returns with the IRS.

This is the first tax season under the new tax law — the biggest change to the Internal Revenue Code in three decades. The new law could make a big difference in the size of your tax refund this year.

We want to hear from you.

Are you expecting a tax refund this year? If so, how much? Do you think it’ll be more, less or the same as last year? And if you’re expecting a refund, what are you planning to use it for?

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