Sort Your Bail Bond Payments With Tax Refunds

By spiralmode

If you overpaid taxes last year, you have the option of applying the excess amount to this year’s taxes, or have it refunded to you. In deciding which option would be more beneficial to you, consider your current financial situation. Do you plan to make a large purchase sometime soon? Have you been spending more…

Bail Is Not Tax Deductible, Sorry

By spiralmode

Although it might seem tax deductible because it’s a payment going to the government, bail is not tax deductible. Bail is a guarantee (like a bribe, essentially) to get a defendant to appear in court for a crime they are accused of committing. As long as the defendant is compliant with this and his or…

Using Taxes To Your Bail Bond Benefit

By spiralmode

Taxes are the last thing you want to think about or take care of this time of year, but really, they shouldn’t be put off to the last minute. And maybe this year you have better reason to get them done as soon as possible – you’ve got bail bond payments to make. You might…

Tax Returns Can Be Used Towards Bail

By spiralmode

A tax refund is the difference between the taxes that an individual has paid and the taxes that the individual owes. There are times when individuals will need to pay additional taxes in April, but there are also times when individuals receive a tax return from the government. They receive a tax return because they…