Tag: IRS

Get Last-Minute Help Filing Your Tax Return [VIDEO]

The deadline to file your 2013 tax return is tomorrow, April 15, 2014. (For most people, at least. You may have longer if you live abroad or serve in the military and meet certain qualifications.) We wanted to highlight some of the best places to get help from H&R Block in our weekly digest video. […]

Five Days Left: Start Right

Most federal individual tax returns are due April 15. That’s only five days away! Here are five last minute tips to help you file your return as accurately as possible.  It’s getting down to the wire. Regardless, you shouldn’t rush through your tax return – that’s how people miss things and leave money on the table. […]

Heartbleed and Filing Taxes – What to Know

You may have heard about a security flaw called “the Heartbleed bug” that is affecting various websites. You may also be wondering what it means for people electronically filing tax returns. Here’s what you need to know: Is H&R Block affected by the Heartbleed bug? We have found no risk to client data from this […]

Applying for an ITIN Number: Get Support from a CAA

Ed note: The Individual Taxpayer Identification Number is an important tool for many people. It allows those without Social Security numbers to file or to be claimed as dependents. However, the process can be arduous. Here are a few ways Certified Acceptance Agents at H&R Block can help. Leer en español.  You know you need an […]

Last Minute Tips [VIDEO]

April 15 – “tax day” – is now less than two weeks away. We have an important reminder from the IRS, a look at what’s coming up this week on Block Talk and some information about ITINs from Violeta, in Spanish.

Información importante para las familias inmigrantes que están considerando la posibilidad de inscribirse en el Mercado de seguros de salud

Nota del editor: La fecha límite para la inscripción abierta para la cobertura de cuidado de salud a través del Mercado de seguros es el 31 de marzo y se está acercando rápidamente. Tenemos cierta información importante para las familias con estatus migratorios variados. Lee más información del The Tax Institute. Muchas familias no se […]

Tax Forms for Businesses [INFOGRAPHIC]

Personal tax returns can get a little tricky, but the tax forms for businesses take things to a whole new level of complicated. Business owners may have to consider their partners, shareholders and employees. If you are filing a business return this year, here’s a look at some of the most crucial forms you will […]

Tax Season Update, March 2 [VIDEO]

The IRS issued new numbers last week that show it is hard at work processing millions of returns. We encourage you to check out this infographic that shows how to alter your W-4 – it was one of the most-discussed things on our Facebook page this week.

Hacking Your W-4 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you get a really big refund from the IRS this year? While it’s nice to have that influx of cash right after the holidays, you may be allowing the government to take more in taxes than is necessary. You can modify your W-4 withholdings so that you keep more year-round and get less at […]

Don’t Make These Common Mistakes When Filing Your Taxes

Ed note: Whether you use a tax pro, software or do-it-yourself on old-fashioned paper, there are a few very simple mistakes you want to avoid on this year’s tax return. Contributor Trent Hamm of The Simple Dollar outlines the simplest ones to check. Leer en español. Tax season is upon us. We’re collecting our 1099s and […]