Tax Day: The Refund Aftermath
Posted By :Heather Wagenhals
Posted At : Saturday, May 14, 2011
Tax day was thirty days ago and if you waited until the last minute to file, you are probably receiving your check sometime soon if you expected a refund. Two-thirds (66.2%) of tax payers are expecting a refund this year, up from 65.5 percent last year, but down from the percentage expecting a refund in 2009 (68.4%). * It is always interesting to me to see how folks handle their payments and refunds to Uncle, State and City Sam. Take our short poll to tell us what you did with your refund and see how you measure up to the rest of America and their choices. Next week I will share my thoughts on refunds and share some tax tips from a previous show guest and tax expert. If you can’t wait that long and want to see the hot sheets now, go to http://www.unlockyourwealth.com and log in to the hot sheets section to find tax saving strategies to take action now to cut your tax liability. If you think you could use a few extra bucks in your paycheck now, surf over to find out how to put more money into your pocket today. No more waiting for refunds! Thanks for participating in our poll!
*The NRF 2011 Tax Returns Consumer Intentions and Actions Survey, conducted for NRF by BIGresearch. The poll of 8,273 consumers was conducted from February 1-8, 2011. The consumer poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 1.0 percent.
BIGresearch® consumer intelligence provides analysis of behavior in areas of products and services, retail, financial services, automotive and media. The BIGresearch Consumer Intentions and Actions® Survey (CIA™) of 8,000+ respondents is conducted monthly and the Simultaneous Media Usage® Survey (SIMM®) of 15,000+ respondents is conducted semi-annually.