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posted by vedrana .
A person with a total tax liability of $4,350 and withholding of federal
taxes of $3,975 would:
a)owe $4,350.
b)owe $375.
c)receive a refund of $4,350.
d)receive a refund of $375.
HE OWES $375,BUT I'M NOT SURE?THANK YOU:)))))
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