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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





H&R Block Reports U.S. Tax Volume Through Feb. 28; Fiscal 2013 Third Quarter Earnings Ended Jan. 31

H&R Block, Inc. (NYSE: HRB), the world's largest consumer tax services provider, today released U.S. tax volume through Feb. 28 and fiscal 2013 third quarter earnings ended Jan. 31. As a result of significant tax legislation being passed shortly before the traditional start of the tax season and the resulting delay in opening the Internal… Read More



Kathy PickeringKathy Pickering, Executive Director of The Tax Institute at H&R Block

Implementing the Affordable Care Act: Education, Enrollment and the taxpayer

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is kicking into high gear in 2013 with significant implications for Americans, their health care – and their annual tax return. The Tax Institute at H&R Block this month has launched a series of conversations aimed at helping policymakers, state administrators, businesses and taxpayers… Read More


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DoSomething.org and H&R Block Combine Humor and Education in New Teen-Focused Personal Finance Campaign

Billboard chart topper, Far East Movement, asks teens to share ‘The Craziest Thing I Did To Save Money’ The topic of teens and money is no laughing matter: only four states require at least a one-semester course in personal finance for high school graduation[1], three in four students say they don’t know enough about personal finance and… 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.