File Taxes – Ways to File Your Tax Return
H&R Block is the tax filing solution for nearly any situation
and experience level
If you’ve ever been confused about how to file taxes, you’re not alone. The good news is that H&R Block is here to help you during tax season and throughout the year. Whether you’re new to filing taxes or have been doing it for years, and whether you’re just starting to earn income or have extensive assets to work with, H&R Block is your source for tax preparation.
Filing Taxes Online
H&R Block’s online tax services help you prepare and e-file your taxes from the comfort of home. Whether you’re a small business owner, have many or few assets, or simply want to file your W-2, our products are specifically designed to best address each customer’s specific needs.
Our online products will guide you through your tax preparation at every step, letting you file your taxes quickly and conveniently. With easy-to-use features that let you import last year’s information from competitors and snap-a-pic of your W-2, you’ll be on your way to filing your taxes in no time.
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File Taxes in Our Office
With over 10,000 tax offices nationwide – many open year round servicing too – there’s an H&R Block Tax Office near you.
When you visit an H&R Block office, you’ll sit side-by-side with your Tax Pro and see step-by-step how they get you your maximum refund. Our highly skilled Tax Pros are dedicated to helping you better understand your taxes.
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