How to Spend Your Tax Refund
From repairs to paying off debt, there are many ways to spend your tax refund. Review our ideas and learn how you could get a Refund Advance at H&R Block.
Can I Get a Loan Against My Tax Refund?
Worried about the time it takes the IRS to issue your tax refund? Learn how you could get a Refund Advance at H&R Block.
With tax refund delays, a Refund Advance could help
Do you want to access your money faster than the IRS can provide a tax refund? Learn more about H&R Block's new Refund Advance, a no-interest loan.
File for Free – Even If You Itemize Tax Deductions
Learning how itemize tax deductions can help you boost your refund. H&R Block’s More Zero option lets you file itemized returns for free.
Switch to H&R Block for Free Tax Filing
Discover how easy it is to choose H&R Block and switch from TurboTax. Our More Zero option lets you file most simple returns for free.
What is Schedule A and Itemized Deductions
Need to file a Schedule A with itemized deductions? At H&R Block, we’ll help you do it for free. Learn more today!
What Is The Earned Income Tax Credit?
What is the Earned Income Tax Credit, and do you qualify? Learn more about what this tax credit can do for you.
Volunteer Tax Deductions and Your Return
Do you qualify for a deduction if you volunteer? Get answers to your questions about volunteer deductions including mileage and maximize your return.
Should I Use TurboTax** or H&R Block?
When it comes to filing your 1040 online, how free is “free?” Compare TurboTax vs. H&R Block and discover which is the better deal.
Think More Green in 2017
Going green can help you save green. Learn how eco-friendly renovations can help you save money through efficiency and tax incentives.
Know Your Tax Filing Status
Should you be filing your taxes as head of household, single or married? Learn how to determine your tax filing status and how it may affect your return.
Tax Breaks For Homeowners
Homeowners may qualify for special tax breaks that can lead to a larger refund. Discover if you are eligible for homeowner tax credits today.
Real Estate and Personal Property Tax: What’s the Difference?
Just the facts about real estate taxes, deducting real estate taxes, and personal property taxes. With More Zero, you can get it all done at H&R Block Online.
Large Charitable Donations And Taxes
Accounting and substantiating large deductible gifts, gift donations, and philanthropic giving. Claiming contributions of property over $500 require a Form 8283 and acknowledgement from the accepting.
Should I itemize my deductions? If you're asking that question, H&R Block can help you find the answer. Learn more about itemizing deductions today.
File Online with Block and Pay Zero
Looking for ways to save money on tax prep? At H&R Block, you can file your 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ for free. Learn more today!
Family Budget-Savers that Require Zero Effort
When you’re a parent, every penny counts. Discover some simple ways to cut back on expenses without cutting back on great childhood experiences.
Tax Deductible Donations
Are your clothing donations tax deductible? What about small cash donations? Learn more about how to claim charitable donations on your tax return.
Capital Gains Taxes and Your Return
How can investment income impact your taxes? Learn more about capital gains and how they can impact your tax returns.
7 Things Smart People Never Spend Money On
Want a bigger bank account? Learn how smart people save their hard-earned cash so you can start building a better budget today.
5 Songs About Money. 5 Decades. Let’s Rock.
Love isn’t the only muse in the music world. Check out these five hits that focus their attention on cold, hard cash.
5 Money Lessons For Parents. (And Their Kids.)
Financial literacy is a gift that lasts a lifetime. Our guide can help you teach your kids about saving and spending in fun, simple ways. Get started today.
10 Do-Ahead Dinner Party Tips
Ever wondered how dinner party hosts make it look so easy? Our guide offers insider tips that can help you plan the perfect party in plenty of time.
1040EZ, 1040A, and 1040 Tax Filing
Not sure whether to choose between the 1040 vs. 1040A vs. 1040EZ? This guide from H&R Block can help you find the right tax form for you.