Although experts say two-thirds of Americans got such a reduction, most taxpayers say they haven't seen one.
The issue may boil down to size.
By comparison, 69 percent of households with incomes ranging from $30,000-$50,000 received a tax cut, however, only 36 percent of those Americans believe they received a break.
Americans paid 25 percent less in taxes on average in 2018 even though the impact is not reflected in the refund totals, according to data from H&R Block, a tax preparation firm. "It's the largest package of tax cuts and reforms in American history".
The tax cuts affected individuals and businesses alike. One poll found that just one-fifth of taxpayers were certain their taxes went down.
He says the tax legislation also reduced tax rates, offered a new business income deduction, immediate cost recovery and the very important stepped-up basis provision.
But the evidence doesn't support this, some economists say.
The tax cuts didn't provide Republicans the boost they had hoped for in the November midterm elections when the Democrats took control of the House.
President Donald Trump delivers remarks during an event in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, April 12, 2019, in Washington. Especially if they found themselves having to send the IRS money instead of getting the refund they anticipated and had gotten previous years. That's a 23.7% effective tax rate. That can be determined by finding your total income on line 22 of your IRS Form 1040 from a year ago. In other words, when the net national income finally equals the total amount of taxes paid for the year.
The Form 1040 for this year's tax season has a slightly different format. "My guess is majority don't do their own taxes, and I certainly don't trust them to look through the decades of success that the President has and determine anything", Sanders told Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday". US taxpayers across the country are rushing to meet a midnight Monday deadline for filing their income tax returns with the IRS. In that case, taxpayers may want to consider an extension, which can typically be done in a few minutes, tax experts say.