H&R Block analysis: virtually all taxpayers affected by tax reform
The new tax bracket and tax rate structure will impact most taxpayers. Homeowners, high-tax state residents and families face most significant changes
H&R Block helps feds fight stolen identity refund fraud
Online criminals steal billions of dollars from the U.S. Treasury every year by filing fraudulent returns and committing fraud
How an ITIN can help visa holders and their families
Filing a tax return is not a choice, it is an obligation for all who meet U.S. tax filing requirements.
$15.4 billion in tax benefits expire at the end of the year
At year-end, popular tax credits will expire letting taxpayers claim them for the last time on their 2016 tax return. Learn more from the experts at H&R Block.
Millions of Taxpayers Face Refund Delays in 2017
A new tax law requires the IRS to hold entire refunds of millions of taxpayers until at least Feb. 15.
H&R Block at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Annual Conference:...
At the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Annual Conference, H&R Block spoke about the growing wealth gap and the tax code role affecting Latinos.
H&R Block Talks Taxes at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s 46th...
At the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's 46th annual legislative conference, H&R Block explains Earned Income Tax Credit importance during tax season.
Delaying Paperwork Could Mean Forfeiting or Postponing Important Tax Credits
New rules in the PATH (Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes) Act means that taxpayers delaying paperwork could miss out on important tax benefits.
ITIN holders must renew ITIN for the first time
As a part of the PATH Act Series, H&R Block tax experts are explaining why ITIN holders may have to renew their ITIN.
Changing tax environment across the nation poses new challenges and opportunitie...
New taxable benefits available to taxpayers including updated anti-fraud measures, same-sex marriage and new state tax credits.
Possible $80 Billion on the Line Due to Popular Expired Tax Breaks
H&R Block tax professionals are letting taxpayers know that savings could be much less because of expired tax breaks in 2015.
Results of Jeb Bush’s Tax Plan on Three Real-Life Taxpayers
The Tax Institute has analyzed Jeb Bush's tax planning strategy through three real-life taxpayers.
It’s Still Refund Season for Some Kansas Residents
Due to a Supreme Court Decision, some Kansas residents who paid 1% Kansas City Earnings Tax could collect more refunds.
Taxpayers in 1 in 4 States Could See Smaller State Tax Refunds
H&R Block is advising taxpayers about one in four states are not able to use certain federal tax breaks to benefit their state tax refund.
Up to One in Six Taxpayers in Jeopardy from Expired Tax Benefits
Analysis by The Tax Institute from H&R Block shows tax benefits that expired could impact as many as one in six taxpayers, see if you will be impacted.
H&R Block Advises Prepare Now for Taxmageddon, Don’t Fall off Fiscal Clif...
The Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) is impacting all taxpayers with expiring tax breaks. H&R Block's tax experts advise how to not fall off the fiscal cliff.
Time Running Out on Mortgage Relief Act
Learn more about the tax implications on the Mortgage forgiveness debt relief act and if impacts your taxes.