$50 CASHBACK REWARDS for downloading our Banking-As-A-Service Tax-Filing App

$50 CASHBACK REWARD for downloading our Banking-As-A-Service Tax-Filing App.

$50 CASHBACK REWARD

OFFER IS VALID ONE PER CUSTOMER, tax returns must be electronically filed with MKG Tax Consultants and be eligible for an ERD electronic refund deposit.

SECURD Advance loans are available in 15 States APR depends on your resident state.

1. California 35.99% APR 2. Arkansas 3. Colorado 12% APR

4. Connecticut 12% APR 5. District of Columbia 6% APR 6. Florida 18% APR

7. Massachusetts 12% APR 8. New Jersey 16% APR 9. Oklahoma 10% APR

10. Oregon 12% APR 11. South Carolina 12% APR 12. Texas 10% APR

13. Virginia 12% APR 14. Wisconsin 18% APR 15. Wyoming 10% APR

SECURD Advance loans is an optional fixed-term loan offered by Cash Advance Short Term Repayment Option Lender. The SECURD Advance loans principal loan amount, applicable interest, and any fees will be deducted from federal and state tax refund proceeds. SECURD Advance is not an actual federal or state tax refund. Applying for a SECURD Advance does not guarantee approval. Qualifications and restrictions apply and all applicants may not be eligible for SECURD Advance.

SECURD Advance loans principal amounts offered are $500, 25%, 50%, or 75% of the expected net tax refund amount, up to $10,000 SECURD Advance loans have an APR of 35.99% based on a 30-day term. All SECURD Advance loans have an origination fee. Refund Transfer fees may also apply.

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2022 Tax-Filing Season Begins Jan 24

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced that taxpayers can begin filing their 2021 tax returns on Monday, January 24, 2022

The Jan. 24 tax-filing start date for 2022 is 19 days earlier than 2021’s start date of Feb. 12.

At the same time, the IRS warns that the upcoming filing season could be frustrating for taxpayers and tax preparers alike due to pandemic-related delays, a backlog of unprocessed returns from 2021, and years of budget cuts that have made the agency’s job more difficult.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Taxpayers can begin filing 2021 tax returns Monday, Jan. 24, 2022, 21 days earlier than last year.
  • The IRS has warned there could be delays in issuing refunds in 2022 due to issues related to the pandemic, budget cuts, and unprocessed returns from 2021.
  • The tax agency cautions taxpayers to file as early as possible after Jan. 24 and to make sure they have their paperwork in order.
  • The IRS suggests taxpayers look for help online and use phone lines only if necessary.
  • The agency says if you file electronically, choose direct deposit, and, assuming there are no issues with your return, you should get your refund within 21 days.

To avoid processing delays and speed refunds, the IRS urges people to follow these steps.

  • Gather your 2021 tax records including Social Security number, Individual Taxpayer Identification Number, Adoption Taxpayer Identification Number, and this year’s Identity Protection Personal Identification Number for calendar year 2022.
  • Check IRS.gov for the latest tax information, including the latest on how to reconcile advance payments of the Child Tax Credit or claim a Recovery Rebate Credit for missing stimulus payments.
  • Make sure you report correct amounts for any Economic Impact Payments or advance Child Tax Credits received in 2021.
  • If you need help, use online resources such as MKG Tax Consultants registered return tax preparer Tax Filing Mobile App instead of calling. Calling the IRS should be a last resort.
  • Even if you are not normally required to file a tax return, you need to do so in order to claim a Recovery Rebate Credit, to receive a tax credit from 2021 stimulus payments, or to reconcile advance Child Tax Credit payments.
  • File electronically and request direct deposit.

If you request an extension to file by April 18 (or 19), you have until Monday, October 17, 2022, to submit your 2021 tax return. You must pay your estimated taxes, however, by the regular tax filing deadline of April 18 (or 19)

Things That May Delay Your Refund

Even though you can file your tax return as soon as Jan. 24, 2022, by law the IRS cannot issue a refund involving the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) or Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC) before mid-February. The purpose of the law is to prevent fraudulent refunds from being issued.

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