Jerry Green - Community Manager

Jerry Green is a social media and community manager at H&R Block. Before coming to Block in 2011, Jerry managed the brand and marketing communications teams at the company formerly known as EMBARQ. Jerry spent the early part of his career as an ad agency account guy on a variety of brands including Phillips Petroleum, International Trucks, Krigel’s Jewelers and Organized Living. Born in Hutchinson, Kansas, home to the world’s longest grain elevator, Jerry is still actively engaged in farming. Prior to Al Gore inventing the internet Jerry received his bachelor’s degree in journalism from THE University of Kansas. Married with two daughters and three cats, Jerry spends his spare time boating, smoking meat and cheering for the Jayhawks.

Posts by Jerry Green - Community Manager

Health Care Q&A: Marriage and the Advance Tax Credit

We continue our series on the Affordable Care Act and how it affects you. See all of our Health Care posts for more information.   What will happen to my advance tax credit if I get married or have a baby?                 Getting married or having a baby […]

Health Care Q&A – Penalties

We continue our series on the Affordable Care Act and how it affects you. See all of our Health Care posts for more information.   How much is the penalty for not getting health insurance?                 The penalty for the first year is either $95 per adult and […]

Health Care Q&A – Advance Tax Credit

We continue our series on the Affordable Care Act and how it affects you. See all of our Health Care posts for more information.   What is the advance tax credit?                 The advance tax credit is a tax credit you receive to help pay your health insurance […]

Health Care Q&A – College and the Advance Tax Credit

We continue our series on the Affordable Care Act and how it affects you. See all of our Health Care posts for more information.   I am in college. Do I qualify for the tax credit?                 Maybe. If you are claimed as a dependent by your parents […]

Four Days Left: Where to Get Help

Note: Most federal individual tax returns are due April 15. That’s only four days away! Here are four last minute tips to help you file your return as accurately as possible.  If you are filing your own tax return, you may run into a lot of questions along the way. There are several resources you […]

Health Care Q&A – Which Parent is Responsible for Kids’ Coverage?

We continue our series on the Affordable Care Act and how it affects you. See all of our Health Care posts for more information.   What are my obligations as a noncustodial parent to obtain health coverage for my children? Will I be penalized if the custodial parent decides to enroll them?       […]

Healthcare Q&A: Same-sex Couples and the Advance Tax Credit

We continue our series on the Affordable Care Act and how it affects you. See all of our Health Care posts for more information.   I am in a same-sex marriage. Can I apply for the advance tax credit?             Yes. Under IRS rules, couples married in states that recognize […]

Healthcare Q&A – W-2 Reporting

We continue our series on the Affordable Care Act and how it affects you. See all of our Health Care posts for more information.   My employer is now reporting the cost of health care on my W-2. Is this taxable?                 No. In general, the cost of […]

Health Care Q&A Series – Finding the Right Option

We continue our series on the Affordable Care Act and how it affects you. This week’s question centers around how you find the best health care options for you and your family. See all of our Health Care posts and check out The 10 Things To Know About The Health Insurance Marketplaces for more information.   […]

Health Care Q&A Series

We know that there are many questions about the new health care law. That is why we started the Health Care Q&A series where we post the answers to frequently asked questions here on the blog to help get the word out. The second question in our series focuses on what happens if you just […]