Last-minute tax surprises: crowdfunding’s consequences
Find out how to exactly document any crowdfunding income from this year on a 1099-K form to avoid last-minute penalties.
The real gamble is not paying taxes on Super Bowl windfalls
Did you know that your winnings on Super Bowl gambling are considered taxable income by the IRS? Learn more about gambling taxes with H&R Block.
A Legacy for Lassie: Pet Trusts and Income Taxes
Learn about the trust laws that have passed legislation in all 50 states that enable tax payers to leave their estate to their pets.
Student Loan Forgiveness and Closed School Discharges
When applying for financial aid students don't usually think about if the school closes before they pay back their loans. Our tax experts are explaining.
The Price of Victory
Athletes who brought home hardware from the Olympics will have to face tax implications. Learn more about these taxes on winning.
Tips to Handle Tips and Other Summer Income
Extra funds are great but it is important to keep in mind there are taxes on tips and other considerations to take into account.
Rental Property Tax Tips for Airbnb, HomeAway and VRBO hosts
H&R Block covers everything you need to know about tax on rental income.
The Gambler: Client Hits Jackpot after H&R Block Second Look®
A H&R Block client was a big winner, but didn't account for losses on tax return - H&R Block's Second Look did.
The Real Gamble is not Paying Taxes on March Madness Windfalls
Taxpayers who win, big or not, need to report their winnings as income to the IRS. H&R Block explains why and how to pay taxes on prizes.
The $1.5 Billion Powerball Jackpot Could Cost the Winner Millions – Hundreds o...
What do Powerball winners get to keep as "take home pay"? H&R Block tax pros are explaining why winning the lottery could cost you a lot in taxes.
How to use retirement for double the savings: 401(k) tax benefits
Investing in a retirement savings plan can go beyond saving for the future, with 401k tax benefits to make saving more affordable now.
Tax Tip: It may be fantasy football, but tax implications are real
Even though its called Fantasy Football, players must report and pay taxes on prizes. H&R Block is explaining what tax implications come with playing the game.
Rent out or sell: homeowners have a taxing decision
When deciding between renting or owning a home, there are several factors to keep in mind such as the real estate market, home equity and tax exclusions.