A CONFLICTED OPTIMISM: TEENS AND THEIR FINANCIAL FUTURE
Despite Anxiety About Debt and Employment, Survey Shows Teenagers Look to Wisdom of Parents and the Promise of College
As America’s next generation looks ahead to adulthood, it is doing so with conflicted optimism, according to a recent national survey1 conducted by H&R Block Dollars & Sense, a program designed to increase the… Read More
Op-ed: “Fix the $140 billion problem of improper tax payments,” by H&R Block President & CEO William Cobb
Today, the op-ed below by H&R Block President and CEO William Cobb appeared in The Hill newspaper, following the release of a survey conducted by ORC International for The Tax Institute at H&R Block.
In just about three weeks, most people’s tax returns are due. For these individuals and families, the tax code is not an… Read More
H&R Block Releases Consumer Tax Fraud Study at Washington, D.C. Event
Earlier today, H&R Block released the results of a national survey by The Tax Institute at H&R Block and ORC International measuring consumer awareness and attitudes on the issue of tax fraud and prevention. H&R Block President and CEO William Cobb unveiled the key findings during his remarks at The Tax Policy Summit hosted by The… Read More
Tax Day Could Bring Tax Surprises for Higher-Income Taxpayers
The Affordable Care Act contained more than 40 tax code changes. Some of the changes are resulting in increased tax bills for higher-income taxpayers, which could come as a surprise to many of them on Tax Day.
The phase-out of itemized deductions and personal exemptions, and the increase in Medicare taxes, as well as changes in tax rates… Read More
Nearly One-third of Expats Confused by U.S. Tax Filing Requirements
H&R Block survey indicates more than three-quarters use U.S.-based tax preparer
While nearly six million Americans live or work abroad, nearly two million of them admit they aren’t very knowledgeable when it comes to their tax filing obligations. In addition, even though the tax filing deadline for these taxpayers, also known as… Read More
H&R Block’s Top DIY Questions Focus on Health Care, New Laws and Common Inaccuracies
Taxpayers don’t know how tax laws impact them individually – and it’s costing them
Mostly gone are the days of taxpayers sitting down with a sharp pencil and a calculator at the kitchen table to do their taxes. Yet, H&R Block (NYSE: HRB) found that even with the modern conveniences of online tax prep, do-it-yourself taxpayers often… Read More
By The Tax Institute at H&R Block
A common inaccuracy that has taxpayers overpaying their taxes is not taking advantage of the higher education tax breaks they qualify to claim.
There are more than 18 million people in college, but only two-thirds are claiming one of the higher education tax breaks. These higher education tax breaks,… Read More
H&R Block Launches Social Media Record Label to Celebrate Getting a Piece of the ‘Billion Back’
‘Billion Back Records’ releases original music videos from top YouTube talents.
H&R Block (NYSE:HRB) today announced the launch of the ‘Billion Back Records’ campaign to help America celebrate getting its “Billion Back” this tax season -- the billion dollars taxpayers left on the table last year by doing their own taxes.… Read More
H&R Block Reports U.S. Tax Volume Through Feb. 28; Fiscal 2014 Third Quarter Earnings
H&R Block, Inc. (NYSE: HRB) the world’s largest consumer tax services provider, today released U.S. tax volume through Feb. 28 and earnings for its fiscal 2014 third quarter ended January 31, 2014.
As a result of the delayed opening of the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) e-file system to Jan. 31, revenue related to tax returns… Read More
H&R Block, Inc. (NYSE: HRB), the world’s largest consumer tax services provider, today announced that its Board of Directors declared a quarterly cash dividend of 20 cents per share, payable April 1, 2014, to shareholders of record as of March 17, 2014.
The April 1 dividend payment will mark H&R Block’s 206th consecutive quarterly… Read More