H&R Block advises DIY clients on how to prepare for taxes at end of season
“The only difference between filing when e-file opened in January and filing now, is that taxpayers have less time to file, and that means they need to focus on getting this task accomplished before the
Get organized –for this year and next year
To help avoid filing frustration, DIY filers should make sure they have all the documents they will need before they start entering their information. Making a customized tax preparation checklist can help. With H&R Block DIY products previous year tax returns can be imported from virtually any preparer, using the “drag and drop” feature, which makes getting necessary information from last year’s return, such as how much adjusted gross income was earned in 2016, much easier.
Taxpayers who want to start preparing for tax season 2019 and making the organization process easier for next year can start using an
Check out the H&R Block DIY options
H&R Block’s DIY products are based on 60-plus years of preparing income tax returns. H&R Block’s DIY interview will guide clients through preparing and filing an accurate tax return. Whether a client selects a software (downloadable from the website) or an online product, with all
“Whether you’re a first-time DIY filer or you’ve been using our DIY products for many years, you can feel confident knowing that when you have the appropriate financial documents on hand, you can easily file an accurate tax return that gets you your maximum tax refund,” Watts said.
Be confident and get started
Understanding tax law isn’t a requirement for being a DIY filer because the interview questions in the product guide clients through the preparation process. Also built into the DIY software products and the paid online products is access to live, free, unlimited chat with a tax expert from
Online clients who want more assistance can add Tax Pro Review, making it possible for a completed DIY online tax return to be reviewed and filed by a tax pro – all without the client making a trip to the tax office.
Taxpayers have multiple ways online to access
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Source: HRB Tax Group, Inc.