US taxpayers have released social media this past week after receiving lower refunds compared to last year and some searches that they are in debt to the IRS of money in spite of no apparent changes in their financial situation.
American taxpayers have been hit by the blow as the first week of filing arrived at a close February 1, despite the 2017 Tax Cuts and Job Act as though it meant lower taxes for the working class in 2018.
Some President Donald Trump's direct targets on their online complaints by Internal Revenue Service released The number of Friday showing the average refund amount for the first week of filing for 2019 is down compared to the same time in 201
US taxpayers released at Donald Trump on social media this past week after receiving lower refunds than last year
Total refunds are on average $ 1,865 for individuals in 2019 while $ 2,035 in 2018, at about $ 170 or 8.4 percent
Many tweeters said they voted for Pangu long Trump but did not do it again due to taxes
A Republican said it was the 'biggest tax increase of our lives' after completion of his return
Total refund is on average $ 1,865 for individuals in 2019 while it is $ 2,035 in 2018, meaning that the single person is lost at roughly $ 170 or 8.4 percent.
A Twitter user posted Saturday: & # 39; #taxrefund last year .. $ 8000 .. this year … $ 900. Minimum 6 years. Wow, thanks @realdonaldtrump your trickle down tax is working wonders. & # 39;
& # 39; Despite fixing my downgrade down, I went from getting #taxrefund last year to debt $ 1,700 this year! Both work, home, and situation. @realdonaldtrump, explain it! & # 39; someone tweeted.
& # 39; Completed my taxes. I file the same year every year, I do not claim. Getting a part of the 2017 return. It seems like I owe everything. Should be called "Tax Refund Cuts" due to my suction absorption !! Thanks @ realdonaldtrump, & # 39; another write.
Some even announced that they were fighting POTUS after voting for him in the 2016 elections. A social media was posted & # 39; then you screwed me … I did not vote for you again .. good luck in 2020. & # 39;
One tweeter said at the lucky Trump in 2020 & # 39; after saying they did not vote for him again
Some say that they owe the IRS despite no apparent change in the situation financial
It's a lot confused if how their refunds are huge differences despite the unchanged
In the 2017 Tax Cuts and Job Act which promises lower taxes imposed on git In the class, employers are able to adjust the amounts taken from a paych Employees receive more money throughout the year and get a slightly lower refund.
It is possible for some employers to take too little from paycheck but the worker failed to notice and did not plan to receive lower refunds than last year. ] Others showed no sympathy for those with lower refunds. They recommend paying taxpayers who should fix their withholdings even lower.
& # 39; Many tweets about tax refunds. I did not have a refund for years. Tax return means you are VOLUNTEERED to pay the govt. more income taxes than is needed. In addition the IRS will get a refund in some cases. Never pay more to the government than what is needed. & # 39;
A The tweeter was called the 2017 Tax Cuts and Job Act which was a Donald Trump's fraud bill on Saturday
Many complained that they were relying on money refunds to take care of some plans
A social media user said: & # 39; We were trampled by the working class through Uncle Sam # GOPLies & # 39;
A tweeter has not confirmed that he will not buy a new home for his family after he works hard
In 2019, the government pays more than 30 percent less than the refunds than first week in 2018, with just $ 8.713billion coming this year compared to last $ 12.560billion.
However the IRS revealed that 16,035,000 returns were received in one week and only 13,306,000 were processed. This is compared to 18,302,000 filed in the same week in 2018 and 17,931,000 processed.
It showed after a slight shutdown by the government processing rate was dramatically slowed by 26 percent and in the IRS warning delay last month, the number of Returns submitted in the first week dropped 12.4 percent.
Although the number of visits to IRS.gov dropped by 10.9 percent; Only 66,310,000 visits were recorded in the week ending February 1 compared to 74,401,000 weeks a year ago.
have enjoyed bad news for taxpayers who rely on more lots of money
A destructive tweeter posted the news of lower refunds in the first week is not true
A social media user predicts that it will be worse for the middle class, calling it & # 39; scam & # 39;