H&R Block At Home Online Edition Overview

H&R Block At Home Online Edition Overview

H&R Block At Home Online Edition has everything the popular At Home Download version has, but with the added convenience of being able to take it with you anywhere there is an internet connection. Your data is stored online securely and can be accessed where and when you need it. There is also no need to have to install or uninstall any software on your computer, which sometimes can lead to headaches.

With the new, online, easy-to-use interface, H&R Block At Home Online Edition searches for hundreds of tax deductions to get you the biggest refund possible.

The customized interview process will help you complete your federal and state taxes.

Import your W-2, 1099 and any other financial data you may have stored from last year directly into the interface. For example, import data from TaxCut, TurboTax, Quicken, Microsoft Money, and H&R Block DeductionPro.

Get tax guidance at a personal level for most common occupations and for specific deductions, plus get answers to frequently asked questions.

Enter charitable donations with the easy to use online interface, which walks you through each step of the process.

Youíll be guided step by step through entering investments, home sales, dividends and retirement income.

Make sure you donít miss any tax credits that you are eligible for. H&R Block At Home Online stays updated with up to the minute federal and state regulations so even the most recent legislation is accounted for.

Continue through the process to your State taxes. H&R Block At Home Online Edition will make sure you donít miss a thing while reconciling your taxes with your particular state or states, if you changed residence in the past year.

Then, when you are done filing, you are provided with tips to help you plan for the coming tax year.

No one can afford to miss important deductions, new tax laws or critical deadlines. Let H&R Block At Home Online Edition help you make the most of your tax season.

Article written by: Josh H.

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