Survey: Biggest concerns if tax refund is delayed [Video]

(BPT) - Tax season has officially begun, and if you’re worrying about receiving that refund in full or on time, you are not alone! A survey commissioned by H&R Block found that if a tax refund was delayed, one in four respondents would be concerned about not having enough money to meet even basic financial commitments like rent and bills. But taxpayers who want access to money faster than the IRS can provide a refund are in luck, since H&R Block is now offering the Refund Advance, where taxpayers could get an advance on their refund of up to $3,000 after filing their taxes. It’s a no-interest loan from BofI Federal Bank and the loan is repaid from the tax refund once it’s received. Head to if you want to learn more.

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