Millennials, Social Media, and Jail

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Hey all you social media-loving millennials with quick-texting fingers! How thoughtful are you when it comes to posting content on your personal social media sites like ‘Facebook’, ‘Twitter’, ‘Instagram’, and ‘Snapchat’? Are you as careful about posting content as you are about publishing private information like personal address and phone number online? Did you know that the police and the government are now taking to social media more than ever before in order to catch people doing wrong?

The police have special units frequently scanning social media for threats, incriminating photos, and status updates like “drank, smoked, and popped pills last night – what a tripp! Almost got pulled over too!” For example. They can use this against you and it could be why you get arrested in the near future.

You think you are quick on social media, but the government is right behind you. We are not saying that they are watching you every time you open your app, but they can access your content if ever necessary. They can see things even if your profile is private and if you have deleted the specific content piece.

If you end up arrested, call Rialto Bail Bond Store to help bail you out of jail. We offer the most affordable and customizable payment plans in order to avoid hurting anyone’s finances. Rialto Bail Bond Store will always answer your call no matter what time it may be!

Chat With Us online right now for immediate assistance or call us at 800-793-2245 at your earliest convenience.

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Sort Your Bail Bond Payments With Tax Refunds

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If you overpaid taxes last year, you have the option of applying the excess amount to this year’s taxes, or have it refunded to you. In deciding which option would be more beneficial to you, consider your current financial situation.

  • Do you plan to make a large purchase sometime soon?
  • Have you been spending more lately than saving?
  • Do you have necessary payments to make?
  • Are you comfortable with the amount of easily accessible and disposable money you have?

Answering these questions can help you determine what you want to do with your overpaid taxes. Having the money refunded to you will certainly help alleviate some of your financial stress, including the burden of having to make payments for a car, a concert ticket, or even a bail bond.

Your Rialto Bail Bond Store bail agent can help sort out your bail bond payments in an effort to make the process as simplified as possible for you!

They are available 24/7 and will always be there to answer you online, to chat, or take your phone call at 800-793-2245.

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Bail Is Not Tax Deductible, Sorry

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Although it might seem tax deductible because it’s a payment going to the government, bail is not tax deductible. Bail is a guarantee (like a bribe, essentially) to get a defendant to appear in court for a crime they are accused of committing. As long as the defendant is compliant with this and his or her other bail bond terms and conditions are met, then they will get their bail money refunded back to them.

In the case that they choose to bail out of jail using a third party bail bond agency, then they will be losing a little bit of money, in the longer run. The defendant pays the bail bond agency 10-15% of their full bail amount and the bail bond agency will then cover the remainder of the price for the time being. The defendant will need to go to court and respect release conditions just the same, but this time, at the close of trial, they will not be given their money back from the bail bond company.

Bail bonds exist as an alternative method for most people who need to bail out of jail. Getting enough money to pay bail without a bail bond company is incredibly stressful. Most people use a bail bond company, like Rialto Bail Bond Store in California.

To learn more about California bail bonds and how it all works, get in touch with us at 800-793-2245.

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Using Taxes To Your Bail Bond Benefit

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Taxes are the last thing you want to think about or take care of this time of year, but really, they shouldn’t be put off to the last minute. And maybe this year you have better reason to get them done as soon as possible – you’ve got bail bond payments to make.

You might have to pay extra taxes before the close of the year and if so, make sure you have budgeted out your money. You’re going to need to be able to afford your upcoming bail bond payments because if you miss one, the bail bond could be revoked.

You might receive a tax refund from the IRS and if so, then you’ll have a little bit of leeway with your money for the next few months. You can use your tax refund money to pay for bail and get ahead on bail.

The important “take-away” from this: do not fall behind on bail bond payments (and do not lag on taxes!). The sooner you get it done, the more relieved and the less stressed you will be. You’ll be another step closer to paying off the bail bond that you owe, making the end of this process seem much closer as well!

Rialto Bail Bond Store will help you stay on top of the bail bond process but it’s your responsibility too to know what’s going on and what is expected from you. Go over everything as many times as you need – that’s what we’re here for!

Please visit us at Cal Bail Bond Store or call us at 800-793-2245 to get more information.

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Tax Returns Can Be Used Towards Bail

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A tax refund is the difference between the taxes that an individual has paid and the taxes that the individual owes. There are times when individuals will need to pay additional taxes in April, but there are also times when individuals receive a tax return from the government. They receive a tax return because they over-paid taxes in the previous year. That means the government will refund the extra money!

This is a pretty sweet deal to anyone, getting some extra money back from the government. This money can be put back into savings or invested, it can be used towards bills or rent, it can be used to buy a few nice things, and it can even be used towards other payments, such as bail bond payments.

Bail bond payments are one of those things that you should never fall behind on because it has serious consequences for the person the bail bond is for, whether it is for yourself or someone you love.

  • For one, the overall situation is bad enough. If you’re paying for a bail bond, it’s because you or your loved one got into serious trouble and got arrested.
  • Secondly, if you fall behind on payments, the court can revoke the bail bond and the person it was for will be taken back into custody immediately.

So just keep in mind that using tax refunds or a tax return towards paying for bail is not at all uncommon.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Rialto Bail Bond Store today for more information!

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

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