Refund Transfer Processing Fees

If you’ve chosen Refund Transfer as the method to pay for your online tax prep fees, you have a convenient way to receive your tax refund and pay nothing out of pocket. As part of this service, your refund will be transmitted from the IRS and your bank through Axos BankTM.

The H&R Block Refund Transfer processing fee covers the costs to process your funds between the IRS, Axos BankTM, and your bank. Learn more about Refund Transfer.

Note: The availability of Refund Transfer funds varies by state. Funds will be applied to your selected method of disbursement once they’re received from the state taxing authority.

Refund Transfer (RT) is provided by Axos BankTM, Member FDIC. Fees apply. A RT is a tax refund-related deposit product, not a loan, and is limited to the size of your refund less applicable fees. You can e-file your return and receive your refund without a RT, a loan or extra fees. You must meet legal requirements for opening a bank account. Other restrictions apply. H&R Block Maine License Number: FRA2. ©2017 HRB Tax Group, Inc.

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