What's New For this tax year!
It does not look good for many Americans. The IRS today (November 22nd) reminded taxpayers that a new law requires
the IRS to hold refunds until mid-February in 2017 for people claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit
or the Additional Child Tax Credit. In addition, new identity theft and refund fraud safeguards put in place
by the IRS and the states may mean some tax returns and refunds face additional review.
That's right, MID FEBRUARY. However, we are offering up to
$1200 Rapid Tax Cash Advance* at no cost to you! This offer begins as soon as the IRS starts accepting returns
(they start early in January 6-14th, stop for about a week and then resume around the 20th). The remaining amount of your
money will be available in a second check arriving after the IRS releases your refund in mid-February, or earlier if the IRS
does not delay your refund.
*If you qualify.
Full rules have not been released at this time.