Confirming You’re Using H&R Block’s Free File Version
H&R Block offers many options for filing your taxes online, including our H&R Block free version.
Depending on your tax situation, you might be eligible to take advantage of H&R Block’s option to file for free. There’s a simple way to check to make sure you’re using the H&R Block free version — the words “Free File” will appear next to the H&R Block logo at the top of every screen.
If you started with the free version of H&R Block Online and later provided information that indicates your filing might be more complex — like if you need additional forms — the program should alert you to that change. If that’s the case, you might no longer qualify for H&R Block’s Free File edition.
Worried that you can’t complete your return online all at once? H&R Block Online tax products let you complete your return in multiple sessions.
If you sign into your account on an unknown device or browser, you’ll need a H&R Block security code to gain access. We explain how to find this security code.
If you plan to e-file your state tax return, you may be wondering, “How do I display my state signature document?” We provide the instructions for that here.
If your taxes have been rejected due to the wrong name being on the tax return, find out what steps to take to correct the issue.