H&R Block Prepares for Its 60th Tax Season
Celebrating its 60th Tax Season, H&R Block is now focusing on efforts to get clients back billions of dollars in tax refunds. Three quarters of taxpayers got a federal refund last year, according to the IRS – This based on an article published on nationaltaxreports.com by Frank Ellis.
The article stresses H&R Block sees it as refund season . Tax returns were accepted by the IRS starting on January 20, allowing taxpayers to file and get their money back sooner.
It also emphasizes that people can get their refunds faster if they file in January. With the company, they can have their refunds deposited directly to their accounts. Another option is to have it transferred to an Emerald Prepaid MasterCard®. In either case, Ellis reveals tax experts help get the most refund possible, whether people prepare taxes in person or on the Internet.
The complexity of tax filing is also addressed. Factors include the Affordable Care Act and the tax credits extended by Congress last year which can be claimed on 2016 tax returns, according to the article.
In addition, the author provides a link to the H&R Block office finder and a free tax refund calculator
The blog based article is focused on Americans getting money back. Published on February 3, it is complimented by a search window for the entire site and room for readers to leave their own comments and opinions. The information is especially important since Americans are getting ready for tax preparation and filing season.
To read more and see how H&R Block is beginning its 60th tax season by focusing on annual refunds, go to http://nationaltaxreports.com/hr-block-2015-get-your-billions-back-america/
About Frank Ellis
Frank Ellis is a Traverse City Tax Preparation Planner and published author. He has written tax and finance related articles for eight years and has published over 900 articles on leading financial websites.
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