Tax-advantaged accounts that save the day, tax day and everyday
Tax-advantaged accounts for medical, retirement, education and child care expenses make it easier to save for future needs and save on a current – or even prior – tax bills.
H&R Block’s vast product lineup lets taxpayers file however they want
The April 17 deadline is closing in on millions of taxpayers who still need to file their tax returns.
Answers to last-minute tax return questions
With the clock ticking down to April 17, time is running out to answer those pressing “what if” tax questions. Even those who have already filed might face an unexpected tax “what if.”
Top tax questions and answers
Nobody knows the pulse of the taxpayer the way Block does. H&R Block answers more questions from all kinds of filers than anyone else, from DIYers to assisted filers.
H&R Block advises DIY clients on how to prepare for taxes at end of season
Get prepared to file your taxes yourself even if you’re a little behind schedule. H&R Block’s DIY products make it easy to file your return towards the end of tax season.
Cat food expenses and other unusual tax deductions
One of the things people care about most when filing their tax return is getting the most money back, which means not overlooking those strange tax deductions.
H&R Block DIY clients asking about tax refunds, extenders, child tax credit
H&R Block answers the top questions from DIY clients including tax refunds, extenders, child tax credit and more.
H&R Block, LendingTree partner to empower clients to improve their financia...
Convenient access to My LendingTree via taxpayers' MyBlock account gives clients convenient access to their credit score, LendingTree Academy and more.
Common tax mistake leaves $1.1 billion on the table
Uncover some of the tax mistakes millions of taxpayers are making so you don’t have to pay more than you already have to.
Yours, mine and ours make for a full house – with possible tax benefits
When parents and boomerang kids move in, we’re helping you answer the question: “who can I claim as a dependent?”
Divorce fallout extends to tax pitfalls
Major life events, including changes in relationships, can have a big impact on the tax return. H&R Block offers tips for handling divorce and taxes.
How to fill out a W-4 to avoid tax reform surprises
Filing out a W-4 correctly can help taxpayers avoid surprises. H&R Block’s personalized analysis and W-4 calculator can help when filing out the W-4 form.
H&R Block personalizes analysis of tax reform impact
H&R Block is giving clients a forward look review to show them how the tax reform legislation Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will impact them.
Complicated earned income credit eligibility means 1 in 5 don’t claim the valu...
20 percent of eligible taxpayers do not claim the Earned Income Tax Credit due to the misunderstanding of the requirements which can be proven costly.
How to make the most of tax deductions for homeowners
Changes to mortgage interest tax deduction and a cap on certain itemized deductions could alter the tax benefits of owning a home.
New Survey Finds Majority of Millennials Stress Over Filing Taxes
United Way and H&R Block partner to bring MyFreeTaxes. It's a free, easy and safe tool for anyone earning less than $66,000 to file federal and state taxes.
Refund Advance at H&R Block remains great way for qualifying filers to get ...
Despite the federal government shutdown, H&R Block will continue to assist the millions of taxpayers who want their tax refund as soon as possible.
Major life changes and taxes
Life changes, both good and bad, usually mean contacting the people who matter the most to share the news and they could impact your tax return.
H&R Block enters exclusive partnership with Walmart
H&R Block will be the new, exclusive DIY desktop tax software provider available at Walmart stores nationwide, and sold directly by Walmart on walmart.com.
H&R Block reminds taxpayers document organization eases tax prep
The tax professionals at H&R Block are sharing why organizing the correct financial documents and diy products is so important when filing your tax return.
Start of tax season means refunds and reform confront taxpayers
Nearly half of American taxpayers are somewhat or very dependent on receiving tax refunds from the IRS to help meet financial commitments.
H&R Block’s new Self-Employed product integrates Stride’s tax app, talk...
Stride partnership makes tracking expenses, discovering deductions and preparing returns easier for self-employed taxpayers
H&R Block DIY installed software available for tax season 2018
H&R Block DIY desktop software products for tax season 2018 are available at hrblock.com and retail outlets nationwide, including Amazon.
Even New Year’s Eve babies qualify parents for child tax credit
New Year's Eve Baby make their parents eligible for child tax credit. The following information can help first-time parents understand the exemption.
Top ways to raise funds for your adoption journey
Adoptive families may also take advantage of the federal adoption tax credit which is worth up to $13,570 (for 2017) for each child they adopt.
H&R Block DIY Online now available for taxpayers to start returns
H&R Block DIY Online now available for taxpayers to start returns. H&R Block is continuing to offer Tax Pro ReviewSM as an option for all DIY online clients
Ways to give back, and then get back at tax time
Taxpayers who want to take a charitable contribution deduction on their tax return should follow these guidelines to get money back at tax time.
Denied reimbursements by employers could mean a tax benefit
You may be able to deduct your unreimbursed employee expenses on your return and get a tax benefit
Video: 10 end-of-year tax tips for procrastinators and planners alike
Here are 10 tax tips taxpayers can use, whether they’re just starting to think about their 2017 tax return or they’re putting the final touches on their tax plan.
These jobs may come with uncommon tax deductions
These jobs may come with uncommon tax deductions that could save you money.
H&R Block on the Earned Income Tax Credit
The earned income tax credit is one of the nation’s largest anti-poverty programs and an important piece of annual income for millions of Americans.
When not to itemize charitable donations
Itemizing charitable donations is a strategy to reduce taxable income, but there could be better ways to get a tax benefit for your charitable donations
Education tax benefits cheat sheet
Education tax benefits for students and their parents can save both money
Top questions parents have when employing a nanny
Parents who hire a nanny could be responsible for paying and withholding Social Security, Medicare and unemployment taxes.
Cheap is chic for buyers, possibly taxable for sellers
sellers in thrifting and upcycling scenarios can find themselves running small businesses that can have new potential tax benefits and be taxable
A second home warrants a second look at tax time
Homeowners should know about the tax breaks they can take advantage of so they get the most
‘Til Taxes Due Us Part: Major life change can bring about major tax change
Major life changes like getting married can bring big tax changes for you. Learn about the different filing options and deductions from the tax experts at H&R Block.
One month after tax deadline, tax pros still hard at work
Even though tax season has passed, H&R Block tax experts are still working hard planning and providing audit support to their clients.
U.S. Citizens Living Abroad Face Filing Confusion, June Deadline
To help these taxpayers living abroad meet their filing obligations, H&R Block launched a remote filing service last season