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April 30, 2019 : H&R Block

Statement from H&R Block

H&R Block is proud to have helped millions of Americans file their returns under the Free File program. As a member of the Free File program, we provide the program’s broadest offer for Americans to file their taxes for free, including allowing taxpayers between the ages of 17 and 51 whose income is less than $66,000 to file both their federal and state returns for free.

We are pleased that consumers’ use of H&R Block’s Free File program grew 8 percent this tax season, exceeding the Free File program growth of 6 percent.

H&R Block offers multiple free filing options including the H&R Block Free File program, which is part of the IRS Free File program. In addition, consumers can choose other options to get their taxes filed for free with H&R Block. These options include our free online product, our MyFreeTaxes partnership with the United Way, and our partnership with Military One Source. Our goal is to avoid consumer confusion about our free options. We have updated our practices to make H&R Block’s Free File offer even easier to find.



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