H&R Block: Taxpayers Following ACA Rules, Refunds Take a Hit
So far taxpayers seem to be indicating true insurance status as refunds dip 17 percent So far in the 2015 tax season, H&R Block (NYSE: HRB), the world’s largest consumer tax services provider, is seeing a majority (52 percent) who enrolled in insurance via the state or federal Marketplaces paying back a portion of the Advance Premium Tax… Read More
Taxpayers in 1 in 4 States Could See Smaller State Tax Refunds
Popular tax breaks extended in December not recognized in some states H&R Block (NYSE: HRB), the world’s largest consumer tax services provider, advises taxpayers in about one in four states are not able to use certain federal tax breaks to benefit their state returns. Although Congress extended popular expired tax breaks in December, 12… Read More
An Open Letter on Tax Fraud from Bill Cobb, President and CEO of H&R Block
I am writing this letter to bring attention to a growing issue that affects millions of Americans every year – tax fraud. No taxpayer is immune to this growing problem. Last year even Attorney General Eric Holder fell victim to fraud resulting from tax identity theft. And as consumers increasingly see their data coming under attack across… Read More
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.