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Get up to $7000 of Your Tax Refund Advanced Starting January 16th - Here’s How You Can Get Approved

Don’t wait until April 15th to get your tax refund. Our tax preparation service allows you to get up to $7000 worth of your tax refund advanced. So, the question is, how do you get approved? Let’s dig into the details and find out!

What Does the Process Look Like?

First things first, we provide a free estimate of your tax refund. If you like what you see in the estimate, we will file your return and apply for the advance amount that you select. We have a lender that will contact you within 48 hours with their decision on whether or not you are approved and for what maximum loan amount. In about 80% of cases, there is no need for a credit check, but if one is necessary, it would be a soft pull which does not affect your credit score. Of course, before we can file your return and do our part of the process, we need all relevant documents and information from you so that we can proceed with completing your tax preparation. Click Here to sign up for your FREE TAX REFUND ESTIMATE TODAY

How Much Can I Get Advanced?  

You can choose to advance 25%, 50%, or 75% of your refund up to $7000 and have funds disbursed via Direct Deposit, Check or Visa Prepaid Debit Card – whichever works best for you!

It’s important to note that advances are subject to approval by our lender. The amount advanced is based on various factors including income verification and creditworthiness at time of application review.

What Type of Fees Are Associated?

For all preseason advances, there is a disbursement fee of $79 to receive your advance via Direct Deposit, Check, or $40 to receive via Debit Card. Post season Advances (starting January 23rd) will have a $40 disbursement fee to receive your advance via Direct Deposit, Check, or $0 to receive via Debit Card. All loans have an Annual Percentage Rate (APR) of 35.99%. For example, for a loan of $2,000 with a repayment period of 30 days, the total amount due would be $2,000 + $700 in fees and interest ($40 +$660).

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