Stuff I’d Like to See General Tax Refunds: You Don’t Have To Pay To Borrow Your Own

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    Re: Budget101.com : Tax Refunds: You Don’t Have To Pay To Borrow Your Own…

    Am I understanding this correctly. If I have an account do my taxes and he has
    it deposited to my checking or saving account it cost me money and how much. If
    he has it snail mailed to me there is no cost. If this is not correct please
    let me know.

    Since we are on the subject of incom taxes, how do I find a reliable account
    that will not cost me an arm and a leg. I was told that H & R Block is good but
    expensive.

    Thank you,
    Melissa

    Vickie Anderson wrote:
    Why not??? Because most people don’t know that having the refund directly
    deposited in an account will only take a couple of weeks. If they need it bad
    enough to pay the extra fee.

    the money they would save could pay another bill.
    Or, if they don’t want a bank account if they file early enough it only takes a
    couple of weeks to get the refund.

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Stuff I’d Like to See General Tax Refunds: You Don’t Have To Pay To Borrow Your Own