...you might want to leave comment on this post. Two people who make the effort to do such a thing may find an e-mail in their in-box. The e-mail may include a code for a free copy of the H&R Block's Premium Online tax software. Even if you did get the software for free, you'd still have to pony up some cash for your state return - at least that's the way I see it. I would only leave a comment if you are in the United States and if you can really use the software.
I forgot to mention that an e-mail might only go to those who comment in the first 24 hours of this post's origin.
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