Only 2022 federal tax returns that were initially filed with Cash App Taxes in 2023 and afterward revised using another online tax preparation service are presently eligible for the Maximum +1(909) 610-3890Cash App Tax Refund Guarantee program.
All claims that don't fit the program's requirements, including those submitted for state returns and claims for prior-year tax returns, will be automatically rejected.
What is the Maximum Refund Guarantee?
Cash App Taxes is concerned with providing consumers with peace of mind. When filing an amended 2022 federal income tax return through another online tax preparation service, you may be eligible to receive the difference in the refund or tax amount owed up to $100 (minimum $25) in the form of a gift card from Cash App Taxes if you use the same Tax Return Information (as defined in the IRS Code Section 6103(b)(2)(A)).
Our intention is to directly resolve the issue with you. If you discover a discrepancy that you think can be resolved by using Cash App Taxes to file an amended refund, you can always get in touch with us.
You can file a Maximum Cash App Refund Guarantee claim if we are unable to resolve your issue through Cash App Taxes and you choose to file an amended return utilizing another online tax preparation service.
How do I qualify for the Maximum Refund Guarantee?
To qualify for Cash App Taxes' Maximum Refund Guarantee:
1. You must have used forms that are supported by Cash App Taxes to file your original 2022 federal income tax return or an extension (and later file your revised 2022 federal income tax return by the IRS deadline) through Cash App Taxes on or before April 18, 2023;
2. You must have previously submitted an amended federal income tax return for 2022 through a different online tax preparation provider, using the same Tax Return Information (as specified in IRS Code Section 6103(b)(2)(A));
3. You must receive a greater federal tax refund or owe less in federal taxes on your updated 2022 federal income tax return, which the IRS must have accepted;
4. By December 31, 2023, you must submit to Cash App Taxes your entire Maximum Refund Guarantee claim.
5. You cannot put the higher federal tax refund or lower federal tax liability down to:
Assertions you make on your tax return (or returns) that break the law or the rules;
After we publish any changes or fixes to the Cash App Taxes software, your failure to file an amended return;
Your failure to fix any mistakes that Cash App Taxes found before you submitted a claim under this Maximum Refund Guarantee;
Your failure to give Cash App Taxes the information required to evaluate your claim; and/or
Any additional factor over which Cash App Taxes has no control.
What documents must be included for my Max Refund Guarantee claim?
You must submit your claim with the necessary supporting documentation:
Cash App Taxes Maximum Refund Guarantee Claim Form (attached at the bottom of this page, all areas must be completed);
From the other online tax preparation service, a copy of your printed updated return (1040, 1040X, and accompanying schedules).
a copy of the IRS-amended return on your Record of Account Transcript.
Where can I get a copy of my Record of Account Transcript from the IRS?
If it is a copy of your amended return, you can register for an account with the IRS and get a copy of your Record of Account Transcript.
Once your updated return has been approved by the IRS, you can download a copy using the link in the following step. You can keep track of the status of your amended return here.
Where do I send my Max Refund Guarantee claim?
The following postal address must receive all of the aforementioned documentation in one full package:
Tax App Cash Inc.
Maximum Guaranteed Refund Claims
P.O. Box 49264
Raleigh, NC 28277
Use of a service that enables you to track your package is strongly advised. Any packages that need to be signed for may have processing delays.
How do I know if my Max Refund Guarantee claim has been accepted or denied?
Each claim package will be examined separately, and we have the right to accept or reject any claims. To clarify some points, we might send you an email. We'll send you an email with an acceptance or denial of your claim when we've reviewed it.