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Can I Pay Bail With My Stimulus Check?

Posted on Mar 31st, 2020 by 1504 Views

On March 27, President Trump signed the stimulus bill that had been passed by the House and the Senate, authorizing a $2 Trillion spending bill designed to provide economic relief to the millions of Americans affected by the Coronavirus. The stimulus package included expanded unemployment benefits for people who lost their jobs during the economic downturn caused by the virus, as well as direct payments to nearly all American adults.

Law enforcement departments and jails will continue operation during the coronavirus quarantine orders and bail bond companies will remain open as designated essential services. If you or someone you love is behind bars, you can use your stimulus check to pay the bail or arrange for bail bonds so that you can get out of jail and back home to friends and family.

Justice Bail Bonds understands the difficulties of having someone you care about behind bars, especially during difficult times. They will work with you to help you get yourself or someone else out of jail.

For questions about using your stimulus check to pay bail, call the friendly, experienced bail bond agents at Justice Bail Bonds. They’ll help you figure out the best way to get everyone you love under one roof during the Coronavirus crisis. Call (951) 445-4155 for questions about paying bail with the stimulus check.

What is the Coronavirus Check?

A Coronavirus check is a term used by some to refer to money the government is sending to American citizens to assist them during a time of economic crisis caused by the Coronavirus. The stimulus bill passed by the House and Senate in late March 2020 contains authorization for money to stimulate the economy, help businesses stay afloat during the economic downturn caused by the Coronavirus, and provide a direct payment to individuals and families. These payments are called Coronavirus Checks by some people and are designed to help people meet their immediate needs as the country begins to recover the economic devastation that the virus has caused.

American families can expect to get a check from Uncle Sam sometime during the Spring of 2020. According to the stimulus bill passed in Washington, D.C., the IRS will use 2019 or 2018 tax information to automatically deposit the checks into the bank accounts of people who have that information on file with them. For individuals who do not have automatic deposit information on file with the IRS, the checks will be mailed to the address last known to the IRS.

How Much Will My Caronavirus Check Be?

Individuals making less than $75,000 per year can expect to receive a stimulus payment of $1,200. Married couples making less than $150,000 per year will receive $2,400.00. Persons filing as head of household can make as much as $112,500.00 per year and still receive a check.

In addition to personal payments, adults with qualifying children will receive $500 per qualifying child. So, a family of two adults and two children can expect to receive a payment of $3,400.00.

Can I Pay A Bail Bondsman With the Cornavirus Stimulus Check?

The stimulus payment is intended to be used to meet the needs of the family during the economic aftermath of the Coronavirus quarantine and the slower economy brought on by the quarantine and the forced closure of many businesses. While the payment is intended to meet the immediate needs of the family, it can be spent on whatever the family deems necessary.

If getting someone out of jail is the most immediate need, you can use the money from your stimulus check to pay the bail or pay a bail bondsman to get that person out of jail quickly. For more information about using your stimulus check to pay a bail bondsman and get yourself or someone you love out of jail fast, call Justice Bail Bonds at (951) 445-4155

Can I Use My Stimulus Check To Pay Bail?

Yes. Stimulus checks are intended to be used to meet the needs of the families or individuals to whom it is sent. It is up to the adult who receives the check to determine what those needs are. If a contributing member of the household is behind bars and paying their bail, so they can return home, is deemed important to the betterment of the household, they can use the stimulus money to pay their bail.

For assistance using your stimulus check to pay bail, call Justice Bail Bonds at (951) 445-4155.

Will People In Jail Receive Stimulus Checks?

No. Individuals who are claimed as dependents of another person will not qualify to receive a stimulus check. People who are serving time in prison are not supporting themselves. They are, in a sense, a dependent of the State, and not eligible for a stimulus check. If someone was very recently arrested or is awaiting trial, they may still receive a stimulus check.

What If I Don’t Get My Check?

There are several reasons why a person might not receive a stimulus check including:

  • Back Child Support Owed
  • Back Taxes Owed
  • Federal Taxes Owed
  • Student Loans in Default

If you are facing any of these situations, the government may take your stimulus payment to pay-back money you owe elsewhere. While this may be frustrating, the good news is that the amount you owe will be directly reduced by the amount of the stimulus payment that you don’t receive.

If you qualify for a stimulus payment and do not get it, don’t worry. The payment is a form of refundable tax credit that will still be available when you file your 2020 taxes in 2021. Anyone eligible for the stimulus payment will receive it sooner or later, provided they file taxes.

Bail Out Now, Pay Later

If the amount of bail needed is more than you can pay (and it often is) you can use your stimulus check to make a downpayment on bail bonds and secure a payment plan to finish paying off the bail bonds after you’re out of jail and back to work.

Justice Bail Bonds has payment plans available and will work with you to determine the best course of action to get you or a loved one out of jail and back home with friends and family. For more information about bail bond payment plans, call Justice Bail Bonds today at (951) 445-4155.

Can I Get Bail Bonds During the Quarantine?

Yes, bail bond agencies are considered “essential services” and, as such, are still open during the coronavirus quarantine.

Many states, including California, have been under a “Shelter at home” order, issued by the governor of each state, for much of March. These orders are expected to continue through April and possibly into May. During this time, only businesses that are considered “essential” to business operations would continue to be open.

Bail bond agencies like Justice Bail Bonds have been designated as essential services and remain open during the quarantine. The women of Justice Bail Bonds are standing by, ready to assist your family in returning a friend or loved one to their home during this time of crisis.
If you or someone you love is behind bars in Riverside County, CA, call Justice Bail Bonds for fast, efficient bail bond service. Our bail bond agents are all female, bilingual, and understand how difficult it can be to have someone in jail during a difficult time.

For bail bonds during the Coronavirus crisis, call Justice Bail Bonds at (951) 445-4155.

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For faster service please call 951-445-4155 24 hours a day, seven days a week if you or a loved one has been arrested and need to be bailed out quickly and confidentially or if you simply have questions regarding bail, an arrest, or inmate information please do not hesitate to call or fill out our contact us form. We are available 24/7 for all of your bail needs.