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Use Your Tax Return to Post Bail

Use Your Tax Return to Post Bail

Use Your Tax Return to Post Bail

It’s that time of the year again where everyone needs to sit down and file their taxes. Some people may be receiving a very sizable check from the government after doing that. This leaves many with the enviable problem of having money to send, and no idea what to do with it. Of course, the smart thing to do would be to put it away in case of an emergency.

Of course, you could already be facing family emergency if one of your loved ones has been arrested. If someone you care about is currently in jail, then you should use the money from your tax return to help post bail. You can put that extra bit of money to good use.

Bail in the state of California is not cheap, it typically costs several thousands of dollars. This is why most people turn to bail bond companies for help...

Even The Tough Guys Need Help Sometimes

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Anyone who is arrested is going to need a tremendous amount of support, even if they act tough, and cool. This is just a cover. Anyone who is arrested faces serious charges and consequences that can drastically change their life. It is a scary experience. Behind every tough guy is someone who is actually scared, vulnerable, and crying for help.


There is plenty of help and support to come from not just friends and family, but Long Beach Bail Bonds as well. You will find that this bail bond company meets and exceeds your bail needs.


We offer:

  • 24/7 statewide availability in California
  • Free consultations
  • Affordable bail bonds
  • Custom payment plans
  • Credit, debit, checks, and cash accepted
  • Convenient and secure online payment system
  • 0% interest
  • No hidden fees
  • Over the phone approvals

How Can a Defendant Get Out of Jail?

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Someone who is arrested has been accused of a crime. They are legally considered innocent until proven guilty in court, but their trial in court may not happen for some time after their arrest. What happens to the accused during this time? It is not fair to keep the accused in custody unless they are considered danger to the community, or they are likely to flee before their trial. If the defendant is deemed safe, he or she has the opportunity to post bail and be released from custody.

A defendant can post bail by paying the entire bail by him or herself, or with the help of loved ones. They will need to turn over 100% of the bail cost before they can actually be released, but this is refundable later on as long as they show up for their scheduled court date.

The second way a defendant ...

Out-Of-State Bail Bond Options

Downey Bail Bond Store

Downey Bail Bond Store

The next 3-day weekend coming up is Memorial Weekend and for many, that is a weekend that will be spent traveling! Whether going by plane, train, or automobile, take note of what is on your itinerary. You have a bunch of fun activities planned like the beach, hiking, camping, and probably drinking. Do everything responsibly because the best way to ruin a fun getaway is to end up behind bars.


People who are arrested in California can bail out of jail with a bail bond from Downey Bail Bond Store. We provide affordable bail bonds and custom payment plans that get defendants out of jail as soon as possible. We are available 24/7 and are more than willing to assist anyone in need of a California bail bond.


However, if someone is arrested outside of California, then we at Downey Bail Bond Sto...

How can I Pay for a Bail Bond?

Cerritos Bail Bond Store

Cerritos Bail Bond Store

Cerritos Bail Bond Store provides affordable bail bonds for defendants who are held in California jails. Bail bonds are an alternative method to posting bail and costs only 10% of the full bail amount. On top of that, this 10%, called the premium, is paid in increments over a payment plan, custom created to meet your financial needs.

Here are the different ways you can pay for the bail bond:

  • Cash and checks – Bring it in or mail it.
  • Debit and credit – Swing by an office to make a transaction, or go online and use our convenient and secure online payment portal.
  • Tax return – Technically this would just fall under any of the above because once your tax return clears and is in your bank account, you would then proceed to pay for the bail bond in one of the above ways...

“New Year Means, New Me”

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long beach bail bonds

“New Year, New Me.” This is an all too familiar phrase around this time of year. It is cliché, but face it, it is still very applicable and could not be worded any better. There is never a time you should not focus on yourself, and work on making yourself a better person every day. Some people have a longer way to go than others. There will be mishaps and mistakes along the way but, that is the challenge to make yourself better.

Obstacles come in all sizes. Even if you came across one of the largest hurdles in life, you can still get over it. Hypothetically: you are arrested. How are you going to get through this?

  • Take responsibility and accept your situation. This will make getting through it, easier and faster.
  • Inform your inner circle of the situation.
  • Post bail with a bail bond.

Long Beach Bail Bonds Does Not Waste Time

Long Beach Bail Bonds

Long Beach Bail Bonds can get your loved one out of jail in no time, just trust us. We offer affordable bail bonds with the most flexible and customizable payment plans compared to anywhere else in California. Plus, we can complete paperwork over the phone.

No matter what jail in California your loved one is in, no matter what day of the year it is, or what time of the day, Long Beach Bail Bonds will answer your call. We waste no time because we do not want your loved one to waste away in jail any longer. We pride ourselves in our efficiency, our confidential promises, and our true connections with our clients. We are a family-first type of company, after all, we are family-owned. So, we treat all of our clients and their loved ones, like we would our own friends or family members.

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How California Bail Works

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For defendants, there is a price for freedom and that price can be very low, a few hundred dollars, extremely high, one million dollars, or anywhere in between. Freedom is what America is all about, so who gets to put a price on freedom for defendants? And how is that amount determined for each person? The price for freedom for recently arrested individuals is called bail, and judges are the ones who determine bail for defendants.

Bail is a dollar amount that a defendant must pay to the court in order to be released from jail. Anyone may assist the defendant in paying this money, especially when the bail is very expensive. The more expensive the bail, the more serious the circumstances are...

What You Should Know About Bail And Bail Bonds

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You know that with Long Beach Bail Bonds, you will not be facing this bail situation alone. You will have a professional and licensed bail bond agent with you for every step of the way so you know exactly what is going on. Nonetheless, it is good to do independent research on the industry to give you an idea of what to expect. You will also want to look up keywords you will come across.

  • Bail
  • Bail is a payment to the court that offers the defendant temporary release from jail. This defendant is still waiting for trial and has yet to be acquitted or convicted.

  • Bail Bond
  • A bail bond is a written promise from a defendant to pay a premium, 10% of the bail in California, to the bail bond company and to show up to court when he or she is required to...

Learning How to Budget Your Money

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Something everyone should learn how to do when they become adults is how to divide paychecks. Schools should to really teach this to all students, no matter what they major in, because it is extremely helpful. Knowing how you spend every dollar of your income allows you to live comfortably and may just save you in times of serious need; like needing a bail bond.

The rule is 50-30-20. 50% of your paycheck goes to items you need to pay, like rent, utilities, and food. 30% of your paycheck can be spent towards items you want like new clothes and dining out. 20% of your paycheck is to be put into your savings account. Of course, if you have any remaining money from the first two sectors, you should put it into your savings.

The greatest benefit we see to growing that savings account is the r...