is there a limit on the turbo tax card for cash advance from a teller i called the # but no answer?
One note: You are getting too much taken out in taxes each pay period. This year, increase your number of with holdings. This way you get more money in your pocket each pay period. What you are doing is giving uncle sam and interest free loan all year long. Most people try to get as close to 0 as possible. You'll notice that the wealthier people like to pay taxes at tax time. That way YOU get the interest free loan. Your bank should be able to give you cash for that card. No need to go to a cash advance place. Don't ever make this mistake again. Why would anyone ever give the gvt an interest free loan. Keep the money for yourself all year round this year. /
by ? - 6 hours ago
You need to contact the bank and find out what their limit for a cash advance is. Also you need to know the fees associated for doing a cash advance on the card. Also call ahead if you bank somewhere small.
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