Free Premium Federal Tax Filing From H&R Block

Today is January 31 and it’s the last day for your employer to prepare and mail out your W-2.  I know that many of you dread tax season, but frankly, I love it.  The government forces me to review how much money I’ve made over the past year, how much I paid out in taxes and even better, how much, if anything, they owe me.  This year will be my most complicated tax return year.  I am claiming income from my job, this blog, my business, and the investment property.  Yikes!  This won’t be fun and I’m not looking forward to it, but H&R Block has just stepped in to make my life and yours a little easier.

I have done my own taxes every year since I was 15.  No one else has ever done my taxes for me, and I’m extremely confident that my ability to do and understand my financial situation surpasses that of any CPA.  In fact, I’ve found errors on the W-2’s issued by my job every year for the past 3 years.  Considering that there are new things such as the first time homebuyer credit and the 2011 energy tax credit, I need to make sure this is corrent.  They haven’t been too happy about reissuing W-2’s every year, but since their errors would have negatively impacted my finances, I think that it’s my duty to point out their mistakes.

My tax situation has gotten more and more complicated every year, so for the past 2 years I have turned to H&R Block’s website for help in my tax filing.  They have a great program to walk you through the entire process of filing your taxes.  The best part is that this program automatically has 2011 tax changes loaded into it and will check to see if you qualify for 2011 tax deducations or credits. If you do your taxes online with them for multiple years, the program generates a report comparing your taxes from the current year to the prior year.  And when my PC crashed, taking my tax information with it, I was able to download my tax filings directly from their site.

This is why I am soooooooooooo supremely excited to give you the opportunity to win a code that will allow you to file your Federal income taxes for free on H&R Block’s website.  This is for their premium product and is valued at $55.  What do you have to do to enter?  Simple!  Just enter your e-mail address in the box to below and you’re in!  If you are already an e-mail subscriber then you are already entered.  You can also gain one additional entry by tweeting this contest to your followers.  Be sure to mention @yesiamcheap in your tweet and I will automatically record your entry.   There is a maximum of 2 entries per person. Many will enter, only a few will win.

The good folks at H&R Block is offering 5 of you the chance to win.  Enter now because the giveaway ends on Sunday February 6, and winners are announced on Monday the 7th. Good luck!

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6 thoughts on “Free Premium Federal Tax Filing From H&R Block

  • I’ve been filing my own taxes as well and ours are also a bit complicated. I haven’t used any programs in the past, but I’d be interested in trying this one out. Thanks for the chances to win!

  • Awesome! I planned on doing my taxes online this year anyway. If I could get this premium package for free, that would be super exciting!

    I kind of enjoy tax season too. I have my degree in Finance, so I guess that makes sense. It’s fun to know exactly how much money we made last year, as well as how much money should be sent in for taxes. And, basically anything with numbers just has good-time written all over it! 🙂

  • I’ve been using H&R for the last two years (since my employer stopped paying an accounting firm to file my returns and pay any tax owed). And I intend to continue using it this year. The software has worked pretty well for me.

    Personally, I rather end up paying something each year than let the government use my money interest free. Hopefully this year I’ll pay less than last year.

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