If should be receiving your tax return soon if you haven’t already and just as many people would agree, we recommend using that money wisely. If you owe no money to anyone, aren’t in debt, don’t have bills or payments to pay off, that’s great! Perhaps you can invest the money or allocate it towards future, large payments like your child’s education. But if you do have payments to make still, then you should definitely use your tax return for that.
Bail bond payments fall under that category. You probably weren’t thinking this because this is not a usual thing you are paying like rent or groceries. You were kind of thrown into this situation all of a sudden. But your tax return money is an opportunity to help alleviate some of this financial burden.
Tax returns are 100% acceptable for bail bond companies, as they accept this money in any other way as they normally would – cash, credit or debit, or check. Of course you’ll have to wait until the money is cleared in your account before you can move it, transfer it, cash it, etc.