It is tax season and it’s time to file tax refunds and as much of a headache it is, this time around you might be more compelled to get it in on time than years past. Why? Because you have a bail bond to pay off.
You can certainly use your tax refund to help pay for bail for yourself or your loved one and it can be very helpful to you. Your tax refund is a little extra money you have at your disposal. Plus, with this extra money, you can still make your other necessary payments like rent, groceries and bills.
To use your tax refund for your bail bond payment, you’ll need to pay your Adams Bail Bonds agent either in cash, a check made out to the company or debit or credit. Remember, it may take a couple of days for you to actually receive your refund from the government and likewise, it may take a couple of days for the money to transfer over to Adams Bail Bonds. But rest assured, your money will be accepted.
Try not to wait until the last moment to file your taxes – get them done as early as you possibly can! It will alleviate some of your financial stress and be another successful step towards you or your loved one’s bail release.