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What is FastCashADVANCE?

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FastCashADVANCE is a tax time advance that gives taxpayers access to cash before the IRS can release it. FastCashADVANCE is free for taxpayers, and a tool to help tax professionals attract and retain more clients.

Advance Amounts

With an advance approval rate of at least 80% or higher, as a national average, many clients will qualify for the maximum FastCashADVANCE amount of $1,500. Some clients who don't qualify for the full amount may receive a reduced amount of $1,000, $500 or may be declined. 

How much does FastCashADVANCE cost?

FastCashADVANCE is free for taxpayers. Tax professionals pay a small fee for every approved FastCashADVANCE, regardless of the advance amount. Logon to the website for fee details. There is no fee if the advance is denied.

How do I qualify to offer FastCashADVANCE?

FastCashADVANCE is available to new and existing TPG clients.  A prior-year volume of 20 or more approved Refund Transfers with a funding rate of at least 80% is required to offer the product.

When is FastCashADVANCE available?

FastCashADVANCE is available from the first day of filing through the end of February.

When are advances issued?

FastCashADVANCE advances are approved upon IRS accepted acknowledgement with funds disbursed within 24 hours of advance approval.

How are the advances issued?

FastCashADVANCE are issued as a check printed out of the tax professionals's office or as a Walmart MoneyCard, issued from the tax professional's office. Remaining funds are issued by the method selected by the taxpayer.

Where is FastCashADVANCE available?

FastCashADVANCE is available in all 50 states.*

 

* Check with software provider for availability.

Optional tax-refund loan provided by MetaBank®, not the actual tax refund. You can e-file without applying. Fees for other optional products may apply. Loan amounts of $500, $1000, or $1500. Loan deducted from tax refunds and reduces amount paid directly to taxpayer. Availability and loan amounts subject to eligibility, underwriting conditions, and locations..

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