Even if you were recently arrested, you will still be eligible to receive your tax return as long as the IRS finds that you are due to receive one for paying extra taxes during the year. Your arrest will not jeopardize your qualification to receive your tax return. What your arrest will do, however, is force you to look at your finances and figure out how to afford a bail bond, including using your tax return money for it.
You don’t have to figure that part out on your own, or let alone with all the friends and family. Not everyone is well-versed in the justice system and how bail works, but there are some people who are, including our team at Fountain Valley Bail Bond Store. We are a 28-year-old family-owned professional bail bond company based in Southern California, but serving the entire Golden State. We have over 120 licensed bail agents and representatives who are able to help you bail out of jail by coming up with a personalized payment plan that meets your financial situation. Bail bonds are the most affordable and the quickest way to bailing out of jail.
Bail bonds can be paid with cash, credit or debit, and checks. And for anyone who receives a tax return, this money can also be used towards the bail bond payment .