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Meet the World Tax Advance Loan

Your tax refund is waiting, but you shouldn’t have to.

File your taxes with World and get a Tax Advance
Loan up to $5,000 with 0% interest and no fees.*
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What is a Tax Advance Loan?

A Tax Advance Loan gives you early access to the funds you are owed via your tax return. Instead of waiting for your money from the IRS, you get funding the same day we file your taxes.

How the loan works

When you file your taxes with World, you could receive a Tax Advance Loan up to $5,000 with 0% interest and no fees.* With our same-day filing and funding, you'll receive your funds as soon as your return is accepted by the IRS, typically within 10 minutes. Repayment of your loan happens automatically once your refund is dispersed.

Why File with World?


Fast filing and funding.

Receive your Tax Advance Loan funding the same day we file your taxes.


Tax Advance Loans with 0% interest and no fees.

Unlike other tax preparation services, we never charge a fee or interest on your Tax Advance Loan funding.


Friendly support & service.

Our team of dedicated professionals provides one-on-one support and guidance at each step of the way.

Let World take the worry out of tax time for you.

World has been helping people with their taxes year-round since 1993. When you file with us, you can breathe easy knowing your taxes are in the hands of a dedicated team with one of the best accuracy rates in the industry.

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*Get up to $5,000 at 0% interest. The 0% Interest Refund Advance Loan is exclusive to World Finance Tax Refund customers and is offered to qualified individuals with no fees or interest in connection with the product. Tax filing through World Finance is required to qualify. Tax returns are filed directly with the IRS through CrossLink Professional Tax Solutions, LLC, a third-party provider. Other restrictions may apply. All products are subject to approval, terms and conditions. Valid from open of Federal E-file January 2022, exact date to be later determined by the IRS, to April 15, 2022. See branch for details.