LITTLE ROCK – Although some companies offer refund anticipation loans during tax season, these loans can actually cost consumers money. Arkansans planning to receive a refund this year often are excitedly looking forward to a lump sum return. But when opting to use a refund anticipation loan, consumers rarely plan to give a large portion of their tax returns to interest rates.
Weekly Column from the
Arkansas House of Representatives January 26, 2018
The IRS has announced it will begin processing tax returns on January 29. Before you begin preparing your returns, we want to make you aware of a few of the changes made in recent sessions impacting your Arkansas return.
Weekly Column from the Arkansas House of Representatives January 12, 2018
The Joint Budget Committee spent this week reviewing projections for the next fiscal year and recommendations by the Governor for spending.
The revenue forecast presented by the Department of Finance and Administration shows an expected net available revenue of $5.6 billion. This is $237 million (4.3%) more than what is...