Last week, I shared with you a deal on Turbo Tax. That limited time special is now over. If you missed it, I’m sorry, but I did warn you to act quickly.
While I don’t have a special deal for you today, I have a little of a consolation prize. I noticed that H&R Block has a expert tax advice as part of their software. For years, I did my taxes with online software (now I have a tax professional). I couldn’t count the number of times, I wish I had someone available via a chat window to help me out. That’s exactly what H&R Block is offering here.
Given the choice of saving a little money and having a real expert there to help if I need it, I’ll take the expert everyday of the week.
It should probably go without writing, but I’m going to write it anyway. One of the reasons, I’m writing this post is to motivate you (and myself) to get taxes done early this year. We don’t want it hanging over our heads and spend hours in line at the April 15th tax deadline.
Now go get your taxes done at H&R Block or however you choose to do them.
Studio tax > all. Mostly because it’s free.
Lazy Man says
Looks Canadian, true?
turbottax also has online chat and phone support and it is EXCELLENT. i worked for turbotax providing tax and technical support back in 2011 and look forward to doing so in the future.
with efile there is no waiting in line. click a button and you’re done. does anyone file returns by mail anymore, unless there is a supporting document that must be sent in [like the 2008/2009 new home buyer HUD statements]? if you are unsure of a tax situation, getting an extension is a few clicks of the mouse. there is no extension of time to pay, if you owe, but it alleviates the failure to timely file penalty and provides psychological relief. i’m preparing to file extensions for my corporate clients this weekend [march 15 deadline] because i just want to know its done. i’d rather do the extension and be timely than not do the extension and have them face penalties because the returns was a day or two late.