Long Beach Residents Impatient for Tax Returns

The IRS is behind on processing tax returns for the 2013 season; those depending on that money can take out a Long Beach Car Title Loan until their refund comes in.

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Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) April 11, 2013

Due to new tax rules and regulations from Congress, the IRS is behind in processing tax returns. This time last year, the IRS had processed about 82 million returns. As it stands this year, the IRS has only processed 77 million returns, putting them far behind schedule. Not only is the IRS behind in the amount of returns they’ve processed, but they are also behind in sending out tax refunds. As a result, many Americans are becoming fed up. For many taxpayers, big delays are expected.

Residents in Long Beach are looking for alternatives to fill the emptiness in their wallets. One method that some have implemented is car title loans, the primary lender being Long Beach Car Title Loans. Many residents are choosing car title loans because of their convenience, as well as the ability to get as much as $10,000 in as little as 24 hours. In addition to offering a large loan amount, they also offer low interest, flexible payment options, and convenience.

Long Beach residents are using car title loans to tide over the delay from the IRS. They use these loans to help cover the cost of necessities until the IRS speeds up sending out returns. With plenty of people still yet to file by the April 15th deadline, it’s possible that they could be waiting until May or June for their return. Long Beach Car Title Loans expects to see more taxpayers obtaining car title loans before the end of the tax season.


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