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Read this for accurate information about the brand new Stimulus Payments.
18 minutes! That's how quickly some of these $6,000 advances are being distributed. Don't be a Block Head! Slow and low tax is across the street. Here we are about your FreedomTAX! Get your refund fast and big! Those block heads only get $3,500 until 2/12. We get you up to $6,000 now and the rest when IRS funds.
Tax season opening date is now 2/12/21. Thank you Congress.

https://freedomtax.biz/f/irs-moves-tax-season-opening-date-to-february-12th-2021
Get answers on IRS Stimulus Payments at FreedomTAX.biz
A Second Stimulus check is Coming!

As it appears now, we will be getting a second stimulus payment. $600 per adult and $600 per child dependent. So, for example, a family of four could get a second stimulus payment for $2,400. Children must be under 18.

If you received your first stimulus payment you do NOT need to do anything further. You will receive your stimulus in the exact same way.

If you have moved and received the first stimulus payment in the mail you will have to change your address. To find out how go to the IRS website and search “Address Change.” There are many different ways to change your address.

If you did NOT receive your first stimulus payment there is still time. You must take additional action! First, make sure your address is correct with the IRS. Then contact the IRS to find out why you did not receive the original stimulus payment. On this page pinned to the top are directions “How to Speak with a live agent.”

If you would like to receive the stimulus payment through direct deposit (this is fastest). If you normally get your tax refund through direct deposit you are all set. You do not need to do anything else. If you would like to change your delivery method of the stimulus payment go to the IRS website and search “Direct Deposit.”

Most importantly, remember that our tax office has moved to a crisp clean new office building near Ridgemar Mall. The new address is listed above and it is also on our website.

New address: 2821 Lackland Rd; Fort Worth, TX 76116

Feel free to leave a questions and/or comments. If you have a question that is personal, you can direct message this page.

We help you get the biggest refund you deserve. FAST!!! www.FreedomTAX.biz We finally sold our building. Yay! The address on the map is correct. 2821 Lackland Rd #206; Fort Worth, TX 76116

Operating as usual

FreedomTAX updated their phone number. 06/10/2021

FreedomTAX updated their phone number.

FreedomTAX updated their phone number.

Stimulus Payments Information American Rescue Plan Signed 03/12/2021

Stimulus Payments Information American Rescue Plan Signed

Read this for accurate information about the brand new Stimulus Payments.

Stimulus Payments Information American Rescue Plan Signed The American Rescue Plan was signed into law on March 11th, and includes a third round of Economic Impact Payments (EIPs) which will be delivered directly to taxpayers.

01/20/2021

18 minutes! That's how quickly some of these $6,000 advances are being distributed. Don't be a Block Head! Slow and low tax is across the street. Here we are about your FreedomTAX! Get your refund fast and big! Those block heads only get $3,500 until 2/12. We get you up to $6,000 now and the rest when IRS funds.

Timeline photos 01/16/2021

Tax season opening date is now 2/12/21. Thank you Congress.

https://freedomtax.biz/f/irs-moves-tax-season-opening-date-to-february-12th-2021

Recovery Rebate Credit 01/14/2021

Recovery Rebate Credit

Recovery Rebate Credit Update: 1/13/2021 If for some reason you did not receive your Stimulus Payment #1 in the Spring you can now have us file the Recovery Rebate Credit when you file your taxes. This would also work for the Stimulus Payment ...

FreedomTAX updated their address. 01/14/2021

FreedomTAX updated their address.

FreedomTAX updated their address.

FreedomTAX updated their address. 01/14/2021

FreedomTAX updated their address.

FreedomTAX updated their address.

A Second Stimulus Payment is Coming! 01/07/2021

A Second Stimulus Payment is Coming!

Get answers on IRS Stimulus Payments at FreedomTAX.biz

A Second Stimulus Payment is Coming! Update 01/07/2021: The IRS.gov website is now giving statuses for stimulus payments through the "Get My Payment" tool.

12/21/2020

A Second Stimulus check is Coming!

As it appears now, we will be getting a second stimulus payment. $600 per adult and $600 per child dependent. So, for example, a family of four could get a second stimulus payment for $2,400. Children must be under 18.

If you received your first stimulus payment you do NOT need to do anything further. You will receive your stimulus in the exact same way.

If you have moved and received the first stimulus payment in the mail you will have to change your address. To find out how go to the IRS website and search “Address Change.” There are many different ways to change your address.

If you did NOT receive your first stimulus payment there is still time. You must take additional action! First, make sure your address is correct with the IRS. Then contact the IRS to find out why you did not receive the original stimulus payment. On this page pinned to the top are directions “How to Speak with a live agent.”

If you would like to receive the stimulus payment through direct deposit (this is fastest). If you normally get your tax refund through direct deposit you are all set. You do not need to do anything else. If you would like to change your delivery method of the stimulus payment go to the IRS website and search “Direct Deposit.”

Most importantly, remember that our tax office has moved to a crisp clean new office building near Ridgemar Mall. The new address is listed above and it is also on our website.

New address: 2821 Lackland Rd; Fort Worth, TX 76116

Feel free to leave a questions and/or comments. If you have a question that is personal, you can direct message this page.

FreedomTAX updated their info in the about section. 12/18/2020

FreedomTAX updated their info in the about section.

FreedomTAX updated their info in the about section.

04/13/2020

This is the best information on when and how to receive your Economic Stimulus Payment. If you share this please check "include Original Post" as the info I personally wrote is only in the original post.

04/13/2020

Economic Stimulus Payments:

1:00pm - 5/19/20 - 4 million tax payers who were supposed to get checks in the mail will get debit cards with no fees mail to their home address instead. The cards are being sent out “to qualified individuals without bank information on file with the IRS, and whose tax return was processed by either the Andover or Austin IRS Service Center,” the Treasury said, which added that the cards will be mailed out starting this week.

12:49pm - 4/28/20 - I have verified that The IRS/White House letters dated 4/15/20 but not received 27th DO NOT change the way you will receive for Economic Impact Payment! Nothing has changed. See below for additional details.

5pm - 4/27/2020 - IRS Letters are being received today. As far as I am aware right now, your situation HAS NOT CHANGED with regard to receiving your stimulus payment.The letter will/might say "that you are receiving an Economic Impact Payment of $(amount) by direct deposit." This letter appears to be generated on 4/15/20 the same day the IRS website message said the exact same thing. This information is NOT correct. If anyone has additional information comment below and I will try answer questions..

2PM - 4/22/2020 - This refers to all people who were showed that their stimulus payment was DD into an account that ended with the last four of your SS#, “if their direct deposit information was inaccurate and resulted in a refund check being mailed, will be able to provide that information and speed their payment with a deposit into their bank account.” When and how I don’t know yet. I assume the IRS “Get My Payment” will be updates. You can check once per day.

This is from the updated IRS website page - “Get My Payment Frequently Asked Questions.” There are all kinds of FAQ’s on there.

Search that phrase on the IRS website. FB doesn’t like me linking to other websites.

3:42PM - 4/16/20 - Bottom Line:

THE IRS WEBSITE IS INCORRECT! if you saw that your stimulus payment was already deposited into an account that ended in the last four digits of your SS# your payment was not direct deposited. In this situation you cannot update your DD info.

To add to the confusion 1 out of the 5 big banks that provide tax bank products, Republic Bank, is actually printing stimulus checks at tax offices. So if you heard a friend that had this happen it is because that tax office used Republic Bank. All others are in the same situation as our office.

Hopefully the IRS website will be fixed so you can update your DD info later this week. I will update this page when it happens.

These are the three basic situations:

1. If you had us take our fee out of your refund (no out of pocket fee) AND received your refund in a check printed at our office OR received your refund on a debit card(Walmart Card) ***YOU WILL RECEIVE YOUR STIMULUS CHECK IN THE MAIL.***

2. If you received your refund through DD you should still receive the stimulus payment through DD.

3. If you paid us out of pocket or prepared taxes yourself AND received a check in the mail you can NOW update your DD on the IRS website. If your received it DD. You should already have the stimulus payment in your account.

1:10PM - 4/15/20 - This is a statement from TPG Bank. "We have rejected any stimulus payments that have been sent to TPG, and rerouted them back to the IRS, so the taxpayer will received a check from the IRS." in the mail.

4/15/20 - I am aware that the IRS.gov is saying that your Stimulus Payment was direct deposited but the account number just says the last four of your SS#. This means that your check will come in the mail to your address.

If you received your tax refund through direct deposit or paid your tax bill through DD or received SS / other gov assistance payments through direct deposit YOU WILL RECEIVE YOUR ECONOMIC STIMULUS PAYMENT THROUGH THAT DIRECT DEPOSIT ACCOUNT very shortly.

If you received your tax refund through mail or loaded it on a Walmart card(or other debit card provided to you by your tax preparer) YOU WILL RECEIVE YOUR ECONOMIC STIMULUS CHECK IN THE MAIL AT THE ADDRESS THAT WAS ON YOUR LAST FILED TAX RETURN in May sometime.

You can update your direct deposit info or go to the the IRS website and click on "Get Info on "Economic Impact Payments." Then click the button that says "Get My Payment." The button is inactive now but will become active very soon (Mid Week). This will hopefully shorten the time it takes to receive your stimulus payment by direct deposit.

05/16/2019

This is how to get into the queue to talk to a live IRS Agent. But get popcorn ready and find a good show on the TV cause this can take 20-60 minutes.

04/17/2019

Tax Scams: Don’t Fall For It

As the filing deadline gets closer, the pressure builds. Unfortunately, along with that pressure comes the increase in tax scams with promises to relieve the tax-filing burden or the reduction of tax liability.

Quick, raise your hand if you’ve received an email, phone call or text from someone from “the IRS” who is “collecting a past due tax bill”. Better yet, raise your hand if you haven’t. Most of us have, and unless you know the signs of a scam, you can fall victim to all sorts of bad outcomes.

First rule-of–thumb (repeat after me): The IRS does NOT initiate contact with taxpayers by email, text messages or social media channels to request personal or financial information.

How to spot a scammer. The following are some specific things scammers will do to initiate their deceit:

1. Use of fake names and IRS badge numbers to identify themselves.
2. Scammers may know the last four digits of your Social Security number.
3. Scammers spoof caller ID to make the phone number appear as if the IRS or another local law enforcement agency is calling.
4. Scammers may send bogus IRS emails to victims to support their bogus calls.
5. Victims hear background noise of other calls to mimic a call site.
6. Scammers demand immediate payment of taxes by prepaid debit card or wire transfer.
7. Scammers promise large refunds upon providing personal information.

Don’t fall for it!

After threatening victims, with jail time or with driver’s license or other professional license revocation, scammers hang up. Other scammers will then call back pretending to be from local law enforcement agencies or the Department of Motor Vehicles, and caller ID again supports their claim.

The following is a list of things the IRS will NEVER do:

1. Call to demand immediate payment using a specific payment method such as a prepaid debit card, gift card or wire transfer. Generally, the IRS will first mail a bill to any taxpayer who owes taxes.
2. Threaten to immediately bring in local police or other law-enforcement groups to have you taxpayer arrested for not paying.
3. Demand that taxes be paid without giving taxpayers the opportunity to question or appeal the amount owed.
4. Ask for credit or debit card numbers over the phone.
5. Call about an unexpected refund.

The IRS publishes an annual list of 12 most commons scams known as the “Dirty Dozen”:

1. Phishing: Fake emails or websites looking to steal personal information. Don’t open.
2. Phone Scams: Threats, scare tactics. Don’t panic.
3. Identity Theft: Request of personal info.
4. Return Preparer Fraud: Promising expertise.
5. Inflated Refund Claims.
6. Falsifying your income to claim tax credits.
7. Falsely Padding Deductions on Returns.
8. Fake Charities: Research your donation.
9. Excessive Claims for Business Credits.
10. Offshore Tax Avoidance.
11. Frivolous Tax Arguments: The use of frivolous schemes encourage taxpayers to make unreasonable and outlandish claims about the legality of paying taxes despite being repeatedly thrown out in court.
12. Abusive Tax Shelters.

04/05/2019
03/21/2019

I'd like to review some of the issues the IRS had this tax season. First, we had the Gov shutdown that delayed the start of processing of tax returns. This turned out to not be a very big issue as the vast majority processed in about the same time as last year. The PATH Act again delayed most EITC returns until late February. That makes two years in a row and I'm starting to think end of Feb is just going to be the norm. The IRS continued to audit 100% of taxpayers that did not reconcile their 1095A(Obamacare form) on their tax return. In addition, many taxpayers were ID verified this year. If it happened to you, you were not the only one. It was very common this year. ID verification required taxpayers to verify their Identification online, over the phone or in person. If you did not have an account number from your credit report, ie..you don't have any credit, or your cell phone is not registered in your name you had to verify in person or if lucky over the phone. In these cases prior year returns and W2's were required. I'm starting to think that as a taxpayer does get the required items in order to verify ID you should go ahead and create an account with the IRS.gov website. This will enable you to get transcripts anytime you would like and your ID is already verified in case of a future ID audit. That's a really good idea to do if you are able. Another delay in tax return processing that was noticed was when an employer forgot to mail into the IRS your W2 and just gave it to you. This delayed some returns and in some cases required the taxpayer to call a prior employer and get onto them to mail their W2 into the IRS. If I left anything out with regard to issues with the IRS make a comment and I'll address. Also, if you have any questions with regard to any of these issues make a comment and I'll address.

02/05/2019

These two $6,000 checks came in 30 minutes!!!

01/30/2019
01/25/2019
01/25/2019

Checks are flowing fast. The check advance came in one hour!

Treasury releases filing-season shutdown plan for IRS 01/16/2019

Treasury releases filing-season shutdown plan for IRS

The IRS is bringing back approximately 46,000 employees to make sure Tax Refunds are processed correctly and on time. Thank goodness.

Treasury releases filing-season shutdown plan for IRS The Treasury Department on Tuesday released a shutdown contingency plan for the IRS during the tax-filing season, le

01/15/2019

Many Tax returns are now receiving Acknowledgements from the IRS. These are the IRS testing their systems. These returns will fully process though and it makes it easier for the banks to approve advances.

01/12/2019

It is very important that your employers have your correct address and contact info. so you will receive your W2 in a timely manor. This is very important to make sure that your refund is not delayed in any way.

01/08/2019

The IRS will start processing tax returns on Jan 28th, 2019! Of course the Advances are availible now.

01/08/2019

Any questions? Leave your tax questions and we will try to answer in the comments.

01/05/2019

Don't believe the rumors and innuendo about tax season. You will notice something about the "news" articles concerning tax season this year. They are ALL scary and sound awful, but they lack one thing... Certainty! No article you read says that the IRS "WILL NOT" fund refunds or you "definitely" will not get all of your refund. That is because no one person really knows. Since the 1970's America has had on average one government shutdown every two years. These shutdowns have had almost no effect on tax refunds over that time period. There is always the potential that this is the year that it will be different, but don't bet your paycheck on it. FreedomTAX has the experience to navigate though these troubled waters while giving our customers accurate information and funding every single legal tax return filed. Our professionals know the industry better than anyone and will straight shoot with you without crazy rumors. We have had a abnormally high approval rate for advances this year. We anticipate this to normalize over time. We promise to work hard to get you your money as fast as possible no matter what the rumors are. Fact is Freedomtax has never not funded honest refunds and we don't plan on starting now. Tune in next time for the straight skinny with regard to tax season. Follow us on FB to get the truth. And come see us to max refunds in 24hrs. So far not one advance has taken more than 24hrs.

12/27/2018

Urgent Message: Please contact your employer if any of your contact info has changed. This will insure you get your W2, 1099 etc. in a timely manor. Which in turn will insure you get your refund ASAP! You can email all last paystubs to us to get started. Advances are upto $6,000.

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