The Tax Refund Isn't In The MailGene Koretz
Economist Richard F. Hokenson of Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette Securities Corp. claims that it's the Internal Revenue Service, not the Federal Reserve, that deserves much of the credit (or blame) for the current slowdown in consumer spending. He points to an unprecedented delay in the mailing of tax refunds to individuals.
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