Keep In Mind You Can Use Tax Returns For Bail

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As you’re filing your taxes for 2015, you’re probably groaning because it’s just a reminder of all the money the government takes from you. Perhaps you could have gone on a mini vacation. You could have invested it or put it into a savings account. You could have purchased a nice gift for someone. But there may be something you’re forgetting – perhaps you’re going to receive a tax refund!

Your tax refund is money you will get back from the government. With this money, now maybe you can afford that gift, catch up on bills, or even get ahead on a bail bond payment.

Talk with your Fontana Bail Bond Store bail agent and let them know they can expect another bail bond payment from you. You’ll need to wait until your refund clears 100% during the transfer to you before you can give it to your bail bond agent. But, you shouldn’t have a problem!

If you just recently found out you will need to pay for bail, keep this in mind, you can use your tax return to pay for bail. Contact us to get a free consultation to get an idea of how much to pay and when, and what to expect during the process. Fontana Bail Bond Store will not let you down!

Consultations are always free so please give us a call at 800-793-2245 today for more information.

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Turn Your Tax Return Into A Bail Bond Payment

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Having extra money on hand is one of the most relieving things for us. By having some extra financial wiggle room, we can worry less about making certain ends meet. We can buy another bag of groceries. We can pay bills on time. We can treat ourselves to a new outfit and our family to a nice dinner out. We can even make another bail bond payment.

So, where can we get some extra money? How about your tax refund that you’re expecting any time now? Your tax refund may or may not cover the entire cost of a bail bond payment, but it’ll sure be of help no matter what.

Bail bond payments are accepted in the forms of cash, credit card, debit card, and checks. It’s a good idea to keep documentation of all your bail bond payments – date paid, payment form, and amount. Also make note of when each remaining payment is due by. This way, you’ll know how far along you are and how many more payments you have left. Budgeting all your finances will be easier this way as well, since you know how much money you’ll need to put aside for bail.

To discuss bail bond payment options or anything related to bail bonds, contact Fontana Bail Bond Store today!

Please visit us at Cal Bail Bond Store or call us at 800-793-2245.

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Use Your Tax Return For Bail!

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Does Fontana Bail Bond Store accept tax return money for a bail bond payment? Of course! Because your tax return is really your money, there are no restrictions about using it for a bail bond payment. What happens is that when you receive your tax return from the government, you’ll need to make sure that money is 100% in your possession, not still in “transit” to you. Once you receive it, go ahead and write a check for your bail bond payment, just like you have done for all your other bail bond payments. Or, if you prefer using a credit or debit card, that is okay too!

Fontana Bail Bond Store does the best they can at making paying for bail as easy as possible. Many forms of payment are accepted so that your loved one can be out of jail faster, so that your payments can be made easier.

If you have any questions regarding bail, bail bonds, or the status of your loved one’s release and payments, please contact Fontana Bail Bond Store immediately!

Please visit us at Cal Bail Bond Store or call us at 800-793-2245.

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