H&R Block Announces Fiscal 2013 Results

Earnings per share[1]from continuing operations of $1.69, up 46% from prior year[2] Total revenues increase 0.4% to $2.9 billion Successful cost reduction initiatives contribute to $126 million, or 22%, increase in pretax earnings from continuing operations EBITDA increased 15% to $874 million, or 30% of revenues[3] H&R Block,… Read More



H&R Block Launches Remote Service, Augments In-Office Tax Prep for U.S. Citizens Living, Working Abroad

H&R Block tax experts to help expats meet deadline and foreign accounts compliance The United States is the only developed country that levies income taxes based on citizenship versus just residency. For the more than 6 million “expats” – Americans living abroad – the world’s largest tax preparation company launched a new… Read More




Need for Extra Cash, Tax Implications of Dipping into Savings Top 2013 List of Taxpayer Dilemmas

Top five taxpayer questions range from canceled debt to military residency issues To get the pulse of how taxpayers see their financial situations, all one has to do is step inside one of the 11,000 H&R Block (NYSE: HRB) offices or scroll through the help section on its At Home solution. As the 2013 tax season comes to a close, The Tax… Read More


Can’t file on time? Not sure it’s right? Don’t settle for less – H&R Block offers free tax extension filing

For those who abhor deadlines, but also like something free, H&R Block is coming to their aid. Now through the April 15 tax filing deadline, all participating H&R Block (NYSE: HRB) locations and At Home online are offering free tax extension filing. But, don’t think an extension to file also means an extension to pay. Almost half of… Read More





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Up to 1 in 6 Impacted by Expired Tax Benefits



Lynn Ebel, tax attorney at The Tax Institute, talks with the H&R Block newsroom about the impact expired tax benefits will have on taxpayers in 2015, including on teachers, students, homeowners and retirees.