H&R Block More Zero(SM) Includes Free Online Filing of Itemized Deductions
"This offer is among the most aggressive offers across any digital tax preparer since I have led
In addition to being easy to use, H&R Block More Zero offers free filing for federal forms 1040EZ, 1040A and 1040 with Schedule A plus a state return, meaning approximately 87 million taxpayers could take advantage of the company's best online tax preparation offer ever.
"H&R Block More Zero gives more taxpayers than ever a free federal and state filing option -- even if they itemize their deductions. With our offer, clients don't just get their taxes done, they get their taxes won," said
More can file free
With H&R Block More Zero, filers who can prepare and file federal and state returns for free, include:
- 1040EZ filers who generally file single or married filing jointly and have no dependents
- 1040A filers who may have student loan interest, educator expenses or even a tuition and fees deduction
- 1040 Schedule A filers who itemize because of mortgage payments, child care expenses, charitable donations or medical expenses.
New this year, all H&R Block Online products allow the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) to be claimed without any additional costs. The EITC is a valuable credit claimed by many families; in tax season 2016, 26 million taxpayers claimed this credit for a total of
Snap, import, file -- all for free
In three easy steps, taxpayers can complete and file their returns for free:
- Take a picture of the W-2 with a smartphone
- Import last year's return -- no matter how it was prepared -- using the easy "drag and drop" feature
- Enter or import any other new information to prepare and file this year's return.
All of this can happen with greater flexibility, allowing taxpayers to switch back and forth as needed from a smartphone, laptop, desktop or tablet. Anytime a taxpayer switches between devices to enter information, the program will pick up where they left off. As they enter data, Refund Reveal™ will show them how and why their refund amount is changing.
Taxpayers may visit hrblock.com to access H&R Block DIY online products or the special section of the company newsroom to read what clients are saying plus more product details.
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