New H&R Block Winners

H&R Block’s Sweepstakes in Gonzales 1,000 Winners Celebrate at the Tax Office After Winning $1,000.

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Refund Season at H&R Block is a fun time. At the H&R Block Sweepstakes one thousand local winners are collecting $1,000. These daily sweepstakes are celebrated at H&R Block in their office at 625 South Burnside and every couple has received the gigantic check.

During the first month of this year’s tax season, H&R Block will be giving a grand total of $32,000,000.00. All people filing their taxes through the participating offices of H&R Block before February fifteenth will be entered automatically to win the sweepstakes.  32,000 people will win $1000.  To learn more, check out www.hrblock.com/grand.

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Our office at H&R Block presented 3 winners checks for $1,000.00 each.  The Leduff couple plan to use their winnings to help make their daughter’s 2016 wedding day a  special one to remember. Best wishes to all participants.

Many H&R Block winners have experienced the joys of life as this month closed. Such people had a wealth of things to celebrate. The following are a few of the winners from last month and a little information them:

California is the state that has the most winners. The winner in the most overly used name category is Michael. Smith is the most common last name.

Twenty-four people with the last name “love” won something last year. Four people with “Valentine” surnames won something.

Ninety-seven winners came from Springfield, Illinois. All the winners will need to see H&R Block for their taxes.

Help Others With Their Taxes

You may feel good about completing your 2013 or 2014 taxes to the best of your ability, but nothing may compare to the satisfaction that can come from helping others do the same. You can make a big difference in the lives of the people in your community by volunteering with programs such as Tax Counseling for the Elderly and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance this tax season.

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TurboTax 2015 is a wonderful tax preparation guide, but a lot of people may prefer or need additional assistance. Sponsoring organizations such as TCE and VITA encourage volunteers to join in and assist the elderly and individuals of all ages who may be looking for tax help. You can complete your training online or in a classroom, and tax sites have flexible hours for volunteers and individuals seeking help with their taxes. Here are some great reasons to get involved:

No experience required since training is provided.

No charge for training materials.

Flexible hours.

Numerous sites to volunteer.

Support programs for military personnel.

The satisfaction of knowing that you are making a genuine difference in the financial lives of others.

You can sign up at [email protected] by submitting Form 14310 (VITA/TCE Volunteer SignUP) by email and start giving back to your community today.

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Start Preparing Your Returns With TurboTax Login

Which is Better Between H&R Block vs. TurboTax?

The dreaded tax season is here and every adult is required to file their returns for the previous year and this starts with TurboTax login. According to the internal revenue service, the average taxpayer takes around 13 hours to do their taxes and file federal tax returns. On the other hand, it only takes a couple of minutes or a few hours to prepare and file federal tax returns through Turbo Tax login. All you need to do is enter the required information and claim your tax refund or pay your tax bill.

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When it comes to tax preparation software, taxpayers have a number of options, but the two most popular are H&R Block and Turbo Tax. It is important to note that TurboTax has experienced a number of problems with state filings. In fact, some people have complained of identity theft, so many states have stopped accepting tax returns submitted by TurboTax, at least for the time being. However, federal filings do not have a single problem.

While both types of software have a free version, the deluxe version of H&R Block is a little bit cheaper than the deluxe version of the TurboTax software. The two pieces of tax preparation software score the same points in many respects and they are also 100 percent accurate. Taxpayers can also get a full refund if not satisfied by the software.

Your Taxes: Make Easily And Correctly

Traverse City tax expert Frank Ellis shows how to enter the pertinent information regarding your 2014 Taxes into the current year’s IRS income tax return. He points out the many benefits and aspects of the popular TurboTax software. His newly published article takes readers step by step through the process of moving the information they have posted in the previous year’s tax returns to the current returns to be finished and sent off to the Internal Revenue Service.

Frank Ellis shows how to access the details from an online account in TurboTax or from a file that has been saved on an individual’s computer. He reveals TurboTax 2015 specifics so the user can benefit most from the software and obtain the best refund from the Internal Revenue Service that is legal and possible.

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A great benefit of TurboTax software is that there is no need to re-enter information. This way, filing is much quicker, and there is less chance of making a mistake. The user can also transfer information from other files; this is a very convenient automated feature.

Frank Ellis elaborates that TurboTax users really do get larger refunds and that importing tax information from many information sources is made quick and easy. There’s no more looking for paper documents to enter financial details because TurboTax does all this automatically.

Simplicity, security and safety are highlighted in the article. It points out that many taxpayers do not notice or are ill-informed about important money saving tax details. TurboTax shows users the credits, deductions, and filing deadlines that they need to file their taxes efficiently and correctly, getting the largest possible refund.

In addition, Ellis says individuals should invest in a tax refund calculator as this tool estimates the taxpayer‘s possible refund. Armed with this knowledge, users can adjust their withholding and spending habits to make sure that tax filing goes as well as possible.

This tax refund calculator is very convenient and takes some of the anxiety out of the filing process. Knowing the approximate amount of a tax refund ahead of time helps people prepare wisely for their financial year ahead of time.

For more information about TurboTax or how to use the software online for this year’s tax season, go to .