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Even among those who did get refunds, Treasury data shows the average amount dropped to $1,949, compared with $2,135 in 2018. (Photo: Bloomberg)

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin faces an uphill battle convincing Americans that smaller tax refunds don’t necessarily mean they paid more taxes for the whole year.


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