Let’s face it, most of us are already thinking about the 2021 tax-filing season and are focused on receiving our 2020 tax refunds in a timely fashion. The IRS declared that February 12 is the first day to file your 2020 tax return, but that does not mean you cannot prepare in advance to assure the speedy receipt of your refund.
Happy New Year! To get 2021 started off with a bang, our team at University Fancards has listened to you, the fans, and rolled out all-new exclusive card designs for six of our team partners. If you’re a fan of the Michigan Wolverines, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Boise State Broncos, Texas Tech Red Raiders, or Houston Cougars, check out the new looks for our Fancard Prepaid Mastercard®️ program.
2021 is finally here! Not only does that mean we can leave 2020 in the dust, it also means it's time to get your tax return together, because it's almost tax season!
If you're due a tax refund, here's how early you can file your 2020 tax return
2020 was an unprecedented year in a variety of ways. And with many families put under financial pressure due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, it makes sense that plenty of people want to file their 2020 taxes as soon as possible and receive their tax refund.
It's crunch time before Christmas, and you have either sent your loved ones a virtual Fancard eGift Card, or you're really thinking about it. If you are worried about your recipients not knowing what to do with the card, don't worry. Receiving an eGift card is a simple process, but just in case you have questions or you aren't sure the folks you're sending cards to will have questions, here is a handy-dandy FAQ to help you out.