Refund Anticipation Loan

When you take out a refund anticipation loan, you are borrowing money against your tax refund. If your tax refund is less than expected, you may still owe the entire amount of the loan. If your refund is delayed, you do not pay additional costs. YOU CAN GET YOUR REFUND 21 DAYS WITHOUT PAYING ANY EXTRA FEES AND TAKING OUT A LOAN. You can have your tax return filed electronically and your refund direct deposited into your own financial institution account without obtaining a loan or paying fees for an extra bank product.

A Refund Anticipation Loan (“RAL”) is not your actual refund; it is a short-term loan in anticipation of YOUR income tax refund being paid by the United States Department of Treasury. With a “RAL”, instead of transmitting the entire tax refund to YOUR account, your tax preparer instructs the “IRS” to transmit YOUR refund to an Electronic Refund Deposit (ERD) Account established for YOUR benefit to pay any outstanding fees.

If you are applying for a “RAL” there is no credit check because your loan advance is secured by YOUR actual refund. A “RAL” is a zero based loan (APR 0% ) and not your actual refund. Holiday loans of $300 are available as early as December 12nd and an additional $1,500 loan advance is available once the IRS accepts your tax return. Please be responsible and consider all options prior to applying for any bank products.

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