Three easy ways to start your tax preparation: online, in-person, or local drop-off. With over 20 years of tax prep experience, tax preparation experts at your local branch will focus on accuracy and making sure you get the biggest refund possible.
With multiple ways to file and over two decades of tax preparation experience,
we’re here to give you peace of mind during tax time.
One of the fastest ways to get your tax refund is through our tax refund advance – up to $6,000.*
*Offer valid from January 3, 2023 – February 28, 2023.
This is a loan and contingent on bank approval.
Contact your branch to begin the filing process, then upload docs and e-sign from home.
Visit one of our 200+ neighborhood branches for custom assistance and answers to your tax questions.
Drop off your tax forms and documents at a Sun Loan branch and we’ll handle the rest.
File your taxes with us and get $20 off by mentioning your
tax prep coupon.
To file your taxes, you will need to bring in or upload your W-2 form(s), your social security number, photo ID, and any 1099 forms you may have received if you are an independent contractor or business owner.
If you file on time, you should get a refund check within 3 to 8 weeks from the date when the IRS receives your filing. Typically, tax returns filed online are processed faster than ones filed by mail. However, if you would like to access your funds even sooner, Sun Loan can help with a Refund Advance when you file before February 28
Easy! File online or in-branch with Sun Loan from January 3rd, 2023 to February 28th, 2023 and we’ll cut you a check for your expected refund amount – up to $6,000* – at the time of filing. Check out more details about our refund advance program.
* This is a loan and approval is contingent on bank approval.
Handling your taxes from home is easy! To begin, call your local Sun Loan branch and request virtual tax prep services. You’ll be texted or emailed a personalized link to begin secure document upload. Once you’ve had a chance to upload your tax documents, we’ll get to work on your filing. When it is complete, you’ll receive a notification that it is time to log in to review your filing and submit an e-signature.
Yes. Like any income, unemployment benefits are considered part of your wages and must be declared. Though various states have different policies about taxing unemployment benefits, they are always taxed at the federal level.
Yes. With two decades of experience in tax filing, we are prepared to handle both your state and federal income tax needs.
Our certified tax prep specialists receive training annually to make sure they’re fully up-to-date on tax law changes and able to file on time, accurately, and using every refund opportunity available in your federal income taxes and well as in your state taxes for Alabama, Illinois, Missouri, New Mexico, and Oklahoma.
We work hard to ensure your taxes are prepared on time, accurately, and with every opportunity to maximize your refund in mind, so there are no financial differences in filing online versus filing in-person. However, e-file options offer more convenience for those hoping to minimize travel and maximize their time, while in-person tax filing opens up opportunities to ask specific questions.
It depends! If you’re expecting a refund, filing early will help you get your cash in hand faster – especially since filing before February 28th, 2023 may make you eligible for a Refund Advance. However, if you expect to owe money, it may make more sense to wait until April to file so you have more time to save for your payment.
If you’re owed a refund, you will not be fined for filing late but your refund check will likely be delayed.
If you owe a payment to the IRS and don’t file by the deadline, the consequences are more serious. Penalties and interest start to accrue on the owed amount directly after the tax filing deadline. The late-filing penalty is 5% of the taxes due for each month your return is behind – up to 25% of your due balance if you file more than two months late.