Short on Money for Taxes? Here’s What to do

Posted by Lee Benhayon

The deadline for taxes has been extended to April 17 and I know a lot of us aren’t complaining about it. As a matter of fact, I bet most people even wish that the due date got pushed back another few months, especially if they can’t afford to pay what they owe. 

Get the Money You Need in 15 Minutes

Chapes JPL is getting calls left and right about how we can help people get money in time to pay for their income taxes. One of the most common questions we get is if they do a collateral loan with Chapes, will they get the money before April 15? And the answer is always an absolutely, “Yes!”

You see, when someone takes a loan out from a bank, they have to go through weeks (sometimes even months) of paperwork.  Afterwards, they must wait around for the bank to process that paperwork and then wait for the check in the mail (that is, if they even get approved to begin with).

At Chapes JPL, you’ll walk out with the money you need in as little as 15 minutes!

Our quick loan process is why it is so important to choose Chapes JPL over some of these other private loan companies. We get things done fast, and we get them done right.

Do Not Sell your Jewelry, Ever!

Some of our customers visit us year after year right before tax time to get a loan so they can pay Uncle Sam. It’s smart to utilize your assets in order to get the money you need, but you should never, ever sell your gold, diamonds, or other valuable jewelry outright because without those items, you will no longer have those assets as collateral to get money when you need it – now or in the future.

If you take a loan out with your jewelry instead of just selling it, when you repay the loan you can use it again and again for future loans. Consider your gold and jewelry one of your best assets.

Tips for Improving Your Return for Next Tax Season

  •  Make sure you have the proper amount of dependents. Claiming too many dependents can cause your employer to take out too little tax money and cause you to owe money next year.
  • If you are self-employed, make sure you put away a percentage of your paychecks to save. This way, if you owe next year, you will already have the money saved.
  • Talk to your accountant or a CPA to see what deductions you may qualify for and that all of your paperwork is up to date and current.

Utilize Chapes JPL for a personal or business loan when you can’t get the funding you need to pay your taxes. We will set you up with an asset based loan at the lowest interest rates in the industry and you can make comfortable monthly payments. Then when your loan is paid off, you will get your valuables back and can use it for another loan down the road. It’s that easy!

Short on Money for Taxes? Here’s What to do was last modified: March 2nd, 2017 by Lee Benhayon

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