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What Is an Enrolled Agent or EA?

What does it mean to be an enrolled agent? Learn more about the roles and requirements of enrolled agent (EA) tax preparers at H&R Block.

Six Reasons You Might Have Gotten a Notice Instead of Your Refund

Didn't get your expected tax refund? Learn about six possible reasons for this unexpected change from the tax experts at H&R Block.

Tax Calculator Comparison Feature Launch

Due to the recent TCJA changes, we have re-released our trusted Tax Calculator. With a side-by-side comparison, you can now plan for this year's tax filing.

A Guide to Small Business Taxes

Small business taxes can be overwhelming as an entrepreneur. Learn more about small business taxes 101 with the experts at H&R Block.

Saving for College While Reducing Your Tax Bill

Learn more about the tax benefits of college savings accounts like 529 plans and Coverdell ESAs with the experts at H&R Block.

What Is An ITIN? All You Need To Know

An ITIN is issued by the IRS to help people file taxes without a Social Security number. Learn how to get an ITIN number, who qualifies, and where to apply.

Tax Reform and Expats – A Brief Look Ahead

Expats are subject to recent changes under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act much like any other taxpayer. Read on to learn more about how to prepare in the Tax Information Center.

Why is My Tax Refund Delayed?

If you are waiting on a delayed tax refund, find out why the IRS freezes and reduces refunds with the experts at H&R Block

Preparing Your Tax Document Checklist

If you are just getting your tax documents together and figuring out what to do next, here is a handy checklist to help you keep everything organized.

How to Get More Time to Respond to a CP2000 Notice

If you need more time to respond to an IRS CP2000 notice, ask the IRS to extend the notice deadline. Learn exactly what to do to get more time from the IRS.