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By now you should have completed your taxes and are most likely eagerly awaiting your return. While some will get just a couple hundred dollars back, some of you could be in for a fairly sizable cheque. It’s easy to get excited about unexpected money, and hard not to want to spend it all at once. Before it arrives, though, take some time to think about how you can best use that money. Here are 8 suggestions for ways you can spend your tax refund wisely.