Have you ever considered using that tax return you just got from the IRS for a bail bond payment? Probably not. We know you were hoping to save it or spend some it on something nice for yourself. But every now and then something unexpected happens and you need to take a quick pause on yourself and focus on something more pressing. And these more pressing matters ought not be overlooked, like helping bail a loved one out of jail.
No one really has a savings fund dedicated to bail bond payments because no one ever anticipates paying for bail. They may have money to pay for it, but never specifically allocated for it.
But with or without being able to comfortably afford a bail bond does not mean it will not set a person back. We all have goals, including financial goals. Hopefully a tax refund will help you out, because agreeing to pay for bail bond is a serious commitment. If you fall behind, there will be worse and more costly consequences.
Mount Hermon Bail Bond Store can help manage all your bail payments and we can set you up on a payment plan that fits your financial needs. Work with one of our bail agents, they are willing and happy to help you.