H&R Block Announces Dates for Reporting Interim Tax Return Volume

H&R Block, Inc. (NYSE: HRB) today announced its schedule for reporting interim tax return volume for the upcoming 2013 tax season. The first report of total tax returns prepared through February 28 will be included in the company's announcement of fiscal 2013 third quarter financial results, scheduled for release after the NYSE market close… Read More

H&R Block Supports Uniform Requirements in Tax Preparation Industry

Average H&R Block client served by a tax professional with eight years experience and 450 hours of education and training H&R Block (NYSE: HRB) announced today it continues to support establishing uniform industry requirements despite a recent court ruling negating basic testing and competency requirements in the tax preparation… Read More

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H&R Block Takes ‘Easy’ and Adds ‘Free’ to 1040EZ

Office, online and on-the-go filing options – taxpayers have the choice Taxpayers can prepare their returns now to be ready to file Jan. 30, when the IRS starts accepting electronically filed 2012 tax returns. As an added incentive to get started, H&R Block (NYSE: HRB) is offering free* preparation of a federal 1040EZ tax return through… Read More

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Prepare Tax Returns Now With Enhanced H&R Block At Home®

Prepare Now to Get Refund as Soon as Possible Despite the IRS announcement that the tax season kickoff will be delayed, H&R Block At Home® is up to date with the current tax laws and available now for taxpayers to begin preparing their income tax returns. In its 16th tax season of providing do-it-yourself tax preparation solutions,… Read More

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H&R Block Responds to IRS Delay

Due to late passage of tax legislation, the IRS announced today it will begin processing federal income tax returns on Jan. 30. That is eight days later than originally planned. This does not mean taxpayers have to delay preparing their tax returns, however. Whether taxpayers prepare in one of H&R Block’s 11,000 tax offices or use our At… Read More

H&R Block Offers Free Second Look® at Prior Year Tax Returns

Three Years' Worth of Tax Returns Could Hold Additional Tax Refunds From Overlooked Tax Breaks What is better than finding an additional tax refund on a prior year income tax return? How about finding additional money on up to three prior year returns? Given the fact the IRS won't accept 2012 tax returns until Jan. 22, taxpayers can use the… Read More

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Confusion about Health care and taxes

From the Newsroom: Richard Gartland, senior tax professional with H&R Block, talks about taxes and health care.