Quick Guide to File Taxes With H&R Block

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Filing your taxes shouldn’t be a tedious or stressful process.

Luckily, H&R Block makes it incredibly easy to complete your taxes either online or in-person.

I started using H&R Block after high school to file my taxes, and I still use it for my business today.

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Options to file 

There are several options to file with H&R Block including:

  • Filing online
  • Filing with a tax pro, an experienced tax prep expert online or in store
  • Filing with tax software

Whichever option you choose, you will need several things to complete your taxes.

Use this tax checklist to get prepared and stay organized.

To make things even easier, H&R Block knows exactly how the 2018 tax reform changes will affect you and how this may impact your refund.

Getting started

To get started filing your taxes with H&R Block, you will need to provide a little information about yourself, including various things like if you have kids, own a home, have an HSA, if you are self-employed, and so on.

To get started with my taxes, I went to the H&R Block website. I love that there are so many options of ways to file! Because I run my own business, I chose the option for self-employed online.

The option you choose is totally dependent on you and various factors.

After choosing your tax filing option, you will create a profile on H&R Block and answer questions pertaining to your life.

Easy & helpful tools

With H&R Block, there are several tools to make filing taxes easier.

  • Snap‑a‑pic W‑2 Capture
  • Import from other tax preparers
  • Refund results in real time

Filing Online

I’ve filed my taxes every year since I graduated high school. I started by creating an account, which was very simple—just answered questions about whether I have kids, own a home, etc.

Then I moved through the step-by-step process, importing my tax documents by just snapping a picture. It’s always so easy.

You can start for free doing your own taxes with H&R Block by creating an account on H&R Block and answering a few simple questions about life, including if you have kids, own a home, have an HSA, and others.

After, you can start uploading your tax documents by snapping a picture or importing your documents.

No matter which method you choose to file your taxes, you’ll get support along the way with their technical support by chat.

Tax Pro Go

H&R Block now has Tax Pro Go, which gives you professional tax prep without going to an office.

I love that H&R Block tax pros have an average of 12 years of filing and 100+ hours of training with specialties to match your unique situation.

If you find that you need any help while filing your taxes, you can get additional help with a tax expert with a live chat and screen share, so the support can see exactly where you need help.

The great thing about H&R Block is there are no hidden fees or surprises.

And you have the option of putting some or all of your refund on an Amazon.com gift care and they’ll add 5%.

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Are you ready for tax season?

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