Happy tax day. Or, as I like to call it, "Exes get all the credits" day.

I'm kidding. Sort of.

Anyway, as a so-called tax day, April 15 is a bit of a misnomer since so many more people will get checks instead of writing them. In fact, according to the Internal Revenue Service, roughly 75 percent of taxpayers can expect a refund. Oh, and the amount? The average refund check is $3,586. I can't even remember what that's like.

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