Should I Use TurboTax** or H&R Block?

More people are using DIY tax filing options than ever before. Both H&R Block and TurboTax** offer online filing during tax season, but which option is right for you? The answer may depend on your filing situation, your career, or even where you live.

TurboTax** vs H&R Block – COST

How much will it cost you to file taxes at home? That all depends on what you need. Self-employed filers will need to pay $89.99 for TurboTax’s** Self-Employed filing option, while H&R Block users can enjoy a comparable service for less. Our Premium DIY option lets self-employed individuals file their taxes for only $79.99. In addition, H&R Block’s Deluxe and Premium users can access free online assistance from a tax professional.

TurboTax** vs H&R Block – CONVENIENCE

Filing taxes at home lets you finish your return on your own schedule. However, some extra perks can make it faster and easier to complete your taxes. H&R Block’s mobile option lets you file your taxes via your smartphone and even lets you upload your W-2 with a photo. It’s another way that we do our best to make tax filing as quick, simple and hassle-free as possible.

TurboTax** vs H&R Block – SUPPORT SERVICES

Sometimes it pays to have extra help. While both TurboTax** and H&R Block offer online and phone support to tax filers, only H&R Block offers the Best of Both service so you can have your tax return checked by one of our experienced professionals. It’s a great way to make sure that you’ve completed things properly – and can expect your maximum refund.

More Value with More Zero

When it comes to comparing TurboTax vs. H&R Block, one brings you more savings than the other. 

Again, this year H&R Block More Zero lets you file your federal and state 1040EZ, 1040 A or 1040 with Schedule A completely free. When you file with H&R Block Online, you can rest assured we’ll help you get your taxes won. Not only can you rely on more than 60 years of tax expertise, your return is backed by our guarantee for 100% accuracy.

Getting started with More Zero is simple even if you used a different tax filing provider in the past. You can upload a PDF of last year’s return with an easy-to-use drag and drop feature. You can also import a picture of your W-2 using your smart device. We’ll walk you through the rest. 

Free Filing for a Limited Time

To take advantage of free tax filing with More Zero, remember to file your taxes with H&R Block Online before March 31, 2018.

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**TurboTax is a registered trademark of Intuit, Inc.

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