Enlisting Tax Refunds to Push Savings

During tax season, a huge number of people get refunds: The Internal Revenue Service sends back in refunds 25% of the money it collects. Many taxpayers want to keep the system of overpaying and getting refunds because it forces them to save. The government - nudged by behavioral economists - seeks to take advantage of this to encourage taxpayers to save. David Wessel has details on The News Hub.