The Pros and Cons of a Tax Extension: Taking Advantage of a Tax Anticipation Loan
When tax time comes around and you find yourself procrastinating on filing, what do you do? Should you file for an extension or should you do whatever you can to get your taxes finished and out of the way. For some people an extension makes sense, for others it doesn’t. One thing you can take advantage of whether you extend or not is a tax anticipation loan. If you know you will be getting a refund, let us get it to you sooner with a simple tax anticipation loan.
Your Refund Will Be Late, but You Can Still Get a Tax Anticipation Loan
There are several advantages to filing for an extension on your taxes. What you may not have known is that getting an extension is actually free. There are no penalties for the extension, although you do have to request it. If you don’t file for that extension, you can expect to pay a late fee for filing after the deadline. Getting an extension also means that if you use an accountant, you will have more time to spend with this professional. They get so busy in March and April that you’ll get more attention in May and June. The downside to getting an extension is that your refund gets put off to a later date. However, if you apply for a tax anticipation loan with us you can take advantage of the benefits of an extension without waiting around for that refund.
How to Get a Tax Anticipation Loan
Filing for a tax extension is easy and so is applying for a tax anticipation loan. If you know you are going to get a refund eventually, we can help you get that cash now so you can put it to good use sooner. Start with our online application and give us some basic information about you and your income. We’ll hook you up with a lender from our extensive network who will contact you right away to discuss your options and to approve your application. The process takes just a few minutes and once approved your lender will be prepared to make a direct deposit to your bank account. You’ll wait just a day or less to get your cash. Getting an extension on your taxes may make sense, but what makes more sense is taking advantage of a tax anticipation loan.