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When President Donald Trump signed a large package of tax cuts into law in 2017, the IRS moved to make sure the savings showed up quickly in paychecks. Doing so probably lifted consumer spending last year, but it may have hurt Republicans politically, new polling suggests. Administration officials, it appears, underestimated Americans’ love of tax refunds. Nearly 4 in 5 people say they would rather overpay their federal income taxes and get a refund every spring — effectively making an interest-free loan to the government — than to underpay and owe money come tax season, according to a poll for The New York Times by online research firm SurveyMonkey. That preference appears to be influencing how Americans view Trump’s signature cuts: Among
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