Don't Be Fooled by Jackson Hewitt's 'HELP'

 Don't Be Fooled by Jackson Hewitt's 'HELP'
PR Newswire via NewsEdge Corporation :


Jackson Hewitt, a leading tax preparer with more than 6,000 offices throughout the country, claims they want to "HELP" low-income consumers this year. Their "HELP" though is an expensive and risky loan known as the Holiday Express Loan Program or "HELP." "HELP" loans are based on a taxpayer's projected 2006 tax refund calculated only with paystub information, and not official tax documents. Jackson Hewitt started offering HELP loans on November 13 and will continue the program through early January. Click Here for the full article.



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