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If your employer withheld more money from your paychecks than you owe on your tax return, a. you will be audited. c. you will owe extra tax. b. you will receive a tax refund. d. your employer will have to pay a fine.
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User: If your employer withheld more money from your paychecks than you owe on your tax return, a. you will be audited. c. you will owe extra tax. b. you will receive a tax refund. d. your employer will have to pay a fine.

Weegy: If your employer withheld more money from your paychecks than you owe on your tax return you will receive a tax refund.
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User: Your taxable income is your income after a. you have paid all your taxes. b. you have subtracted certain permitted amounts. c. you have listed your exemptions. d. withholding.

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