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 $114.99 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 let you file your taxes via your smartphone and even lets you upload your W-2 with a photo. H&R Block even provides you with a document checklist during each stage of filing – that way, you know what you need before you get started. 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.

TurboTax** vs H&R Block – WHICH SERVICE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

Tax preparation should be fast, easy and convenient. That’s why H&R Block works hard to make our DIY products the best option for filers like you. Check out our range of DIY products and get started today.

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

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