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H&R Block: What can you do if your tax refund is delayed

Posted at 8:00 AM, Jan 29, 2019
and last updated 2019-01-29 11:50:30-05

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Tax season is upon us and this year is going to present unique challenges for virtually everyone. From tax reform to refund delays and big swings in refund size, it's going to take some work for people to untangle their tax situations. The good news, says Linda Reader, H&R Block tax professional, is that H&R Block is ready to help and has been preparing since the moment tax reform passed.

For taxpayers who want access to money faster than the IRS can provide a tax refund, H&R Block is offering the Refund Advance, where you could get an advance on your refund of up to $3000 after filing your taxes. It's a no interest loan from Axos Bank, and the loan is repaid from your tax refund once received. Applications are available at participating H&R Block offices from Jan. 4 to Feb. 28.

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