Today's social dilemma came out of a conversation I had with some coworkers yesterday. I was talking about how I had an appointment with my accountant to do my taxes this weekend. I said I was hoping the new tax laws didn't screw things up and I still get a nice tax return. What do I consider a nice tax return? Anywhere from $500-$1,000!! I used to do my taxes myself but never got a return, but then someone suggested I go to an accountant who knows how to deduct everything properly and Voila!, tax return. Okay, so I get excited each year around this time because I know I'll have some "free money." That's what I call my return. I know it's my money, and the government is just giving it back to me, but to me it feels like "free money." So every year around this time, I decide if I want to use it towards a vacation, or to buy a new piece of furniture or something fun. However, every single one of my coworkers told me I should use that money to either pay off some bills, or to save. I explained that's no fun and I wouldn't do it unless something out of the ordinary happened and I needed the money right away. So I thought I would ask you. Do you use your tax return for something fun, like something you want, a vacation or gifts for people? Or do you use it to pay off bills or to save? I can't be the only one who likes to have some fun with the extra cash! Let me know what you do at the 98-3 TRY Facebook page!