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Applications for Emerald Advance Line of Credit | H&R Block

October 5, 2016 : Allie Freeland – Contributing Editor

Editor’s Note: This offer is not currently active.

How do you work around the daily expenses of life and also be financially prepared for unexpected expenses?

Enter the H&R Block Emerald Advance®, a year-round line of credit that offers the ability to repeatedly borrow and repay money — up to $1,000, depending on bank approval.*

How Do I Apply?

The Emerald Advance line of credit application is available only during a promotional period each year. This year, it begins on November 21st and ends on December 30th. You can make an appointment to apply or just walk in to your local participating office once the promotional period begins. If you’d like to be notified once we start making appointments, fill out this short form.

Where Can I Get More Information?

Have more questions about Emerald Advance? Please visit the Emerald Advance site.

Tune back into Block Talk for upcoming posts on this promotion.

*If approved, you could be eligible for a credit limit between $350-$1000. 

Disclosure statement: H&R Block Emerald Advance® line of credit and H&R Block Emerald Savings® offered through BofI Federal Bank, Member FDIC. H&R Block Emerald Prepaid MasterCard® issued by BofI Federal Bank pursuant to a license by MasterCard International Incorporated. All products subject to ID verification. Line of credit subject to credit and underwriting approval. Fees apply. Products offered at participating offices. Promotional period 11/17/2016 to 12/30/16. Emerald Financial Services, LLC is a registered agent of BofI Federal Bank. MasterCard is a registered trademark of MasterCard International Incorporated. Emerald Advance is a tax refund-related credit product and Emerald Card is a tax refund-related deposit product. OBTP# B13696 ©2016 HRB Tax Group, Inc.

Allie Freeland – Contributing Editor

Allie Freeland – Contributing Editor

H&R Block

Allie is the Contributing Editor of the H&R Block blog, Block Talk. She has been a practicing grammar geek since 2007.

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