Survey: Millennials plan to be responsible with tax returns

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(WTNH) — People may be surprised to find out millennials plan to be very responsible with their tax returns this year.

A survey from tax preparation company Jackson Hewitt found that 43% of millennials who get refunds this year plan to use it to pay down debt they accrued over the holidays.

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That’s a higher rate than the general population. Only 31% of those polled plan to use their refund to pay off holiday debt.

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