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I was in HRB since it went oversold on the daily chart back in early 2021. I sold it to buy SOXL a few weeks ago.

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monday is for $hrb puts 🐻 is what youre trying to say

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The IRS has 9 months to study the prospect and report back to congress. If that report recommends implementing a free-filing system HRB will probably take a decent hit.

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Filing taxes in US is free, just not online. Go to Post Office, pick paper forms, fill in, go back to post office and send them. You do have to pay USPS to send it but that's for service, not for filing taxes.
So Intuit and H&R will be still in business because almost nobody does it on paper now and the service they provide (guiding you through a maze of IRS rules and regulations) will be still valuable.
Flat tax, consumer tax, - those may kill INTU and HRB but if IRS grows they will prosper.

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Buy puts on $INTU and $HRB

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Agree. For your info, Mcdonald's does all the research and marketing as to where they are located etc. Burger King and Wendys just look to build as close to Mcdonald's as they can. H&R Block decides to go into town...Liberty Tax and Jackson Hewitt will try to get as close to HRB as they can. Get the idea?

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HRB puts free money

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Long META, GSK, MCY, 1-800 Flowers. Calls on BABA. Puts on AAPL. Short HRB.

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Ban Bet Created: /u/cashbackpal bet HRB goes from 45.16 to 40.0 before 2022-10-02 12:13:14.772625-04:00

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!banbet HRB $40 30d

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HRB

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I've had some bangers for stock holdings that I wish I loaded ny whole portfolio into.

Right now, dare I say INTC and KHC? ...

Look just saying:

  1. I almost made 6-figure profits on GME in 2020. Sold far too soon.
  2. I doubled my Money on PBT in 2021...
  3. More than doubled my money on XOM in 2022
  4. Doubled my money on HRB in 2022 ...

also yeah Ive had some dogs too. Not claiming to be a stock wizard or anything

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What is the moat exactly? Intuit-ively, it doesn't seem that hard to create tax software or personal finance apps... Also, the valuations for HRB (H&R Block) look much lower. Any major reason for the discrepancy?

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Sale and buy HRB it’s a winner

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I only made .60 a share instead of about ten times that if I'd only waited an hour. :C

I also sold my HRB contracts early and I could have made double what I did 😭

I fomo'd into the stock at the top to feel better

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HRB (H&R Block, yes the tax company) has gone up more than 100% YtD. I hold a few hundred shares. The current short/float is about 6%.

Does this give it any chance of squeeze?

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I have owned 8 tax offices in 2 different tax franchise brands. I am now a franchise consultant who helps people find the best franchises for them.

John Hewitt started Jackson Hewitt. He grew them to 5k offices and then sold his shares in the company. He then started Liberty Tax Service and saw the same success and exited. Liberty has lost significant market share since he left. He is doing it again with a company called ATAX.

Franchising is about selling territories - as you might think, the prime territories are the ones that sell first and those franchisees become millionaires. HRB, JH, and LTS have had their prime territories long sold out - ATAX has only about 100 offices - there are prime territories available all over.

Please shoot me a message if you'd like me to connect you with the CEO of ATAX to chat.

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$HRB gets no love on this thread but has been mooning on 0 news.

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I bought HRB a year ago in january, forgot about it in my roth, and am up 220% on shares

i need to not look at stuff i buy

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I'm up 93% on HRB, the only problem is I only bought 3 shares

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HRB is splitting wigs and taking cheeks

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HRB is up 60% in the past year for some reason. Calls on crappy tax preparers, I guess.

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short RBLX, short HRB

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HRB all bad

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Very little talk about $HRB on this sub, up for the last 7 days in a row. Anyone else think it's due for a rug pull?

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Current positions: shorts on LI, LLY, HRB. Puts on LI, LLY. Long KWEB, LYFT, MO

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newbie that just did their first rebalance.

VOOG - 41%
META - 18%
HRB - 14%
XPEV - 12%
AMD - 8%
EXC - 4%

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When calling the office leave a message. They should call you back when somebody is scheduled to work (1-2 days per week or by appointment only, assuming your office is open during the off season). After they figure out if your taxes were filed or not and prepare an amended return (if needed), you should request tax prep fees refund (satisfaction guarantee), but it takes a while to receive as its processed via HRB HQ.

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No clear trades currently. Thinking about gong long NEGG but then again the whole market is headed to SPX 3400 by October so probably better to stay away. Already have these positions: long MO, META, KWEB; short LI, LLY, HRB. Puts on LI. My realized portfolio is up >50% YTD. Ideas? Biased to short / puts. Upcoming macro: 7/13 CPI, 7/26-7/27 Fed meeting, earnings starting in early August.

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Long MO, KWEB, META. Puts on LI and shorts on LLY, HRB.

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Long KWEB, MO, and META. Short or puts on LI, QQQ, LLY, HRB and red container

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Still good time to short HRB. Trading near ATH after having pumped since post tax-season quarterly results

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Just shorted HRB. At multi-year high since 5/10/22 beat and upward revision to guidance. Thesis is reversion to mean.

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!banbet HRB 36 2w

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Check HRB. Only -0.8% and almost all time high. My puts are impatient

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Buying calls on HRB

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Shorting HRB

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$HRB 17 June 36c, for those who want money

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HRB calls will print, book it

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INTU gonna blow chunks after hours. Been seeing people talk about H&R Block beating, well HRB actually watched their tax season earnings fall 20% YOY, and they have a P/E of 8. INTU meanwhile has a P/E of 46, so a yoy decline might spell a bloodbath.

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How will Intuit do at earnings? H&R block killed it but their p/e is way less and intuit is way more diversified. You'd thino they'd jump with HRB after their earnings but they tanked with the rest of the market.

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Any thoughts on $INTU earnings coming up? Initially, I thought it’d be pretty bad what with people missing the tax filing deadline in droves, but with $HRB crushing it, now I’m not so sure.

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Any thoughts on $INTU earnings coming up? Initially, I thought it'd be pretty bad what with people missing the tax filing deadline in droves, but with $HRB crushing it, now I'm not so sure.

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Ok. Well the HRB comment was sarcasm, I use an actual tax prep guy that my parents have also been using for years. So far it's been worth it. Will probably be even more worth it in 2023 at this rate.

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80% chance you know more than the HRB person. I’d prepare them yourself on TurboTax. Just know it is a hassle and I’m thinking 80% you or HRB person fills it out incorrectly anyways.

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HRB has 11.6 million shares shorted and up 25% in two days. Time to buy in? Can dinosaurs squeeeeze?

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Yes Hot Stocks: COIN, BIRD dragged down by earnings news; PLBY, HRB rally

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I was an HRB customer for many years, but I hate their (and TT's) upsell and state efile fees. I switched to OLT.com this year after prepping my taxes with HRB/TT/FTUSA/OLT this year to compare all 4 of them, and I will be using OLT.com going forward. Best of luck

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Using tax software is usually the way to go. Something like olt.com is only $9.95 for State efile, or if you like download version HRB deluxe can usually be had for $15 on sale including state

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You can definitely paper file your CA return and they are fairly quick to process. Just annoying. I did OLT+FTUSA+HRB+TT this year. Like OLT for the form support, free Amend, 9.95 price, and they actually get the forms ready faster than TT!

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I switched to OLT.com this year (HRB for the past 10 years, this year tried HRB+TT+FTUSA+OLT), OLT was the winner in terms of supporting the most forms, showing me the raw form data whenever I wanted, cost (only 9.95! Including state efile), no extra charge for Amending, and being "good enough" of a UI.

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Amended returns are a little finicky with HRB download version. I hope you saved it. Here are the exact instructions (that I just tested myself) for how to PDF an amended state return:

Open software

Open amended return

Fed->forms->view 1040x->verify you're in the proper tax return with the changes you want

State->forms->view form you want to print->print-> two radio buttons pop up, "print for filing" and "print as shown" <-- you want to print for filing

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If your return says "not for filing" then you are using the wrong button to create your PDF. In HRB you use the "print for filing" button. I've done it, works fine.

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The ones you mentioned are good choices, although I’m not a TSLA true believer. But some others are VZ, DOW (Dow Inc., not the index), HRB for stable stocks with nice dividends. SBSW is a little more volatile, but has a massive dividend (5-10%).

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All my boomer stocks are up today: XOM, CVX, PBR, CNQ, TECK, SAFM, HRB, MFC.

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Hrb software does. TurboTax probably does as well. It might depend on your broker more than anything for those two. I'm sure I imported robinhood trades several years ago, and this year I imported TDA trades.

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You are right that Roth conversions should not be put on line 7. Your list of how Form 8606 should appear is right. I don't know HRB interface so I don't have suggestions. Keep trying, or use another tax prep.

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Kinda like Singer. The same company that made Singer sewing machines back in the day also had a Defense subsidiary - HRB Singer. They’re now part of Raytheon.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HRB_Systems

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There you go. I'm not sure how to do this in HRB. Here's how you'd do it in TurboTax:

https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/investments-and-rental-properties/discussion/entering-rsu-information-into-turbo-tax/00/2480514

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You can run the tax software both ways and compare the results to see which may be more beneficial

Not sure if you can do that with HRB if you've already filed, you should be able to start over with a different software and do the comparison there, if you end up deciding that MFS is better then you'd need to wait til your initial return finishes processing before filing an amendment

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Tax accountant here, worked for HRB many years ago. The fee had nothing to do kind of with the size of your refund, it's for the number of forms and the number of transactions (and entries).

Anyone who does charge according to the size of the refund has a vested interest in the refund being the maximum allowed using the most creative interpretations--and then some. Avoid this kind of preparer, period.

I charge my clients more if they have 153 stock transactions than if they have 53 or 35 or 5. It's a question of being paid for my time as well as my expertise.

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I think a lot of people that normally went with the base package when filing taxes are going to have to up it to premium due to the meme trade boom last year. Could be a good earning play for both HRB and INTU.

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Do any of these companies offer auto import of tax documents from brokerages and banks other than TurboTax or HRB? I hate paying the TurboTax “tax” but manually entering everything from a few brokerages and banks seems even worse

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HRB charges by the forms. Some forms cost more than others. More forms mean higher price. You can take out optional forms to reduce price. But that may reduce credits/deductions/refund.

If you're not happy, ask for your documents back. They have a no obligations guarantee. If you get any pushback, ask for a manager, district manager, regional manager, or corporate. They can only charge when you file with them.

Most taxpayers think their situations are simple. But they don't think what it takes to file a "simple" tax return.

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Autozone, BWA, DHI, DRI, GPC, HRB, …….etc have all done well through historically weak “risk off” periods. You may be right in saying many discretionary stocks are to be shorted here, but you need to understand how institutional fund managers manage money, many of them only manage one sector, so for every sector there are managers that will look for stocks within their sector that are more recession resistant or growth oriented than others and will buy them and sell or short the others. If you can identify the stocks within each sector that qualify as those these managers will chose in a bad stock environment, you’ll do well. I’ve managed money for over two decades at large institutions, understanding money flow is probably the most important factor of investing, and this concept is the largest.

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Are there any Forms 8949? I'm starting to think HRB failed to enter your 1099-B.

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Huh, that's interesting that HRB got it wrong.

The correct number for a single filer with one job was 2 (A and D on the 2019 W-4 and with joint filers, it was 3 as you add line B. You can see this on this screenshot of Publication 15-T - employers subtract $4,300 ×2 (single) or ×3 (MFJ).

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Not 100% positive because I never checked out on HRB but when I went to remove the $37 state fee it asked something to the effect are you sure you want to delete it you'll have to re-enter everything again if you change your mind. Yes I started with the HRB deluxe but once I started entering in misc income it said I had to upgrade to premium

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Are you sure you cannot use HRB to print out state return to file? Have done that with several states with HRB. Is this cali thing? In any case, there is a print option for HRB to print out a copy of the state or fed return… Why does HRB fed efile also cost money? Always used the deluxe version and that has 5 free efiles per purchase. Is this because it is a premier?

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Are you sure you cannot use HRB to print out state return to file? Have done that with several states with HRB. Is this cali thing? In any case, there is a print option for HRB to print out a copy of the state or fed return… Why does HRB fed efile also cost money? Always used the deluxe version and that has 5 free efiles per purchase. Is this because it is a premier?

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I used to use TT while my wife when we were dating used HRB.

I ended up letting her move me into hers when we married. HRB routinely handled it better than TT could.

Except this year weirdly it had a lot of issues understanding we did not get the monthly child tax credit. Ended up having to remove then re-add our dependents for it to get that we were owed the extra money

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This is too far down.

About ten years ago I used both TurboTax and HR Block after being a TT fan for years. For whatever reason HRB have me a significantly higher return. Maybe some credit or oddity that their software knew about that TT missed I don't know but I switched and never looked back.

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Yes, you need to report the HSA contributions. There are other free or lower-cost filing alternatives if you don’t want to use HRB.

https://www.reddit.com/r/personalfinance/comments/s63hyl/tax_filing_software_megathread_a_comprehensive/

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Your understanding matches mine about what your refund should be. That reported refund amount from HRB seems to not be applying the listed credit amount: $22314 owed minus $23792 paid = -$1478 (so a $1478 refund).

How far through the filing are you? Is this some sort of "summary" at the end just before submitting or do you have more information to input? Can you view your actual 1040 form (even in "preview" form)?

It's possible that the $2800 credit was already incorporated into the dollar amount reported for the "already paid" line item, but also gets listed as a separate thing. This year's CTC is fully refundable, so on the 1040 it gets included in the "total payments" section for lines 25-33. Maybe that led to some mix-up on how the summary is displayed.

The "real" answer likely shows up on the 1040 itself. If you can view the form, see how the numbers on it correspond to what HRB is showing on this summary. As long as the $2800 shows up on line 28, then whatever refund amount is on line 34 is what the IRS will be paying you.

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Just added the Imgur link to the HRB breakdown

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$2800 sounds suspiciously close to the Recovery Rebate Credit (3rd stimulus payment) amount for 2 people. Are you sure that's the correct CTC amount you're eligible for? Can you post a screenshot or breakdown of the summary HRB is showing you?

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I hate to give HRB money as much as the next person, but there is no free option that supports things like capital gains, form 1116, 8801, HSA, which are considered "complex" by the "Free" solutions, UNLESS your income is under $69k or whatever the number is for the IRS freefile program, and even that has limitations on state filing as well. So all in, the HRB download version is the best value if you're not under that number, and even sometimes if you are.

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The download version of HRB is well worth the $17-20 sale price, and handles all tax forms with very few exceptions. The online versions always upsell you.

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Thanks. I think I will just switch filing services. I always used HRB cause they kept all my previous years. But why do I need that if I save the files myself

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You are not getting around a fee with the online version, they're not stupid, they know what you did, you need to file that form and they're going to charge you for it. Either buy the download version, or use another free option that does not upsell. Online HRB/TT is shady, no two ways around it. They know you don't want to go input all your information again somewhere else, and they're going to try and capitalize on your laziness. Don't let them win.

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The online version of tax software always tricks trying to get you to pay (more), it's called an upsell. You can avoid this by paying $17 for HR Block download version on sale (it's completely worth it), and the download version lets you file any tax return with no upsell, and with the added bonus that you can see all the forms and change whatever you want. $17/year is really cheap, for what you get. Never use TT or HRB online.
OR go to creditkarma.com/tax (fed+state free)
OR go to freetaxusa.com (fed free, $15 for state return)

With the choices above, I pay the $17 for the download version every year.

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You are using the online version of tax software, which always pulls this kind of trick trying to get you to pay (more), it's called an upsell. You can avoid this by paying $17 for HR Block download version on sale (it's completely worth it), and the download version lets you file any tax return with no upsell, and with the added bonus that you can see all the forms and change whatever you want. $17/year is really cheap, for what you get. Never use TT or HRB online.

OR go to creditkarma.com/tax (fed+state free)
OR go to freetaxusa.com (fed free, $15 for state return)

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The IRS transcript is what HRB is referring to. It's a line by line record of the return information.

If you need a copy, you should have been provided with one when you filed last year, and you carefully archived a physical and digital record of the return and the supporting documents you used to prepare yhe return.

If you need a copy from IRS, file Form 4506, pay the $43 fee, and wait 75 to 365 days.

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HRB says $43. Turbo tax had a different number but I can’t remember. So basically I should file with HRB and I’m golden.

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So H&R Block is suggesting this to ensure you get the maximum AOTC amount. The AOTC covers 100% of the first $2,000 and 25% of the next $2,000 for a total benefit of $2,500. And up to 40% is "refundable" which means you get get up to $1,000 in a refund, even if you have no tax liability at all. As such, you choose to include scholarship income as income in order to maximize the credit.

HRB should show you your refund either way so see what happens with each option.

What's on your 1098-T, boxes 1-10?

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If your only income is $75,759 in salary, you should be able to subtract a standard deduction of $12,550, and get a taxable income of $63,209. That results in taxes owed of $9,658. So you would owe less than $50. Basically spot on. (Remember, the goal isn't to get a refund, but to essentially end up even).

If it is saying you owe more than that, then you have other income, or something else going on with your taxes. What else is showing up on the draft return that TT or HRB has?

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Agreed, TT/HRB interviews fully cover any situation a normal person would have, IF you buy the download version

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There are only 38 lines on the main Form 1040. Find the line(s) that are different between the one generated by HRB and the one generated by TT.

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I couldn't tell you. My first bet would be log in and see what you can do. Second would be asking them. In the future I always recommend dropping the $17 on HR Block Deluxe download version when they have their yearly sale, because much as I hate to give HRB any money, it's the best lowest cost option available to actually be able to see and change the things you want. Online software (like CreditKarma) hides things or won't even let you do certain things. Download software you can see and change whatever you want whenever you want.

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  1. Buy TT ($50) or HR B Deluxe ($17) download versions. I prefer HRB because it literally handles all situations with no upsell.
  2. Go through the full interview. It should catch everything. If you feel there's a situation it didn't catch, try the "take me to" and "search" buttons to make sure you hit that specific topic thoroughly
  3. That's it. Nobody can answer your questions, not even a CPA or IRS because an audit should not be feared if you are taking legitimate deductions and credits.
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On a side note. If you’re single without any complex tax situations (real estate, investments, etc) you could do your taxes yourself fairly quickly and easily and for free. No reason to pay HRB for something that you can do online for free in probably less than an hour.

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My N of 1 is that TurboTax handles my ESPP ok (held at Fido) although I have to manually adjust basis for sales.

Last time I tried something else was HRB about a decade ago so my knowledge is out of date.

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HRB deluxe download edition handles all tax forms ($15 on sale), have not been disappointed compared with $700+ CPA

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It is rather annoying that I had to create a cash app account, download the app, and then use the QR scanner on the app to log into the website. I understand multi-layer security but come on...

I just entered info into Free Tax USA - it felt more comprehensive than CA and the number matched H&R Block. I also like the user interface more than HRB (I wouldn't pay for it but I feel like it should be better since it costs money).

I initially couldn't figure out what was causing the error on CA to not match with the other two. I ended up deleting the two imported W2s and manually entering them again and it fixed the issue. I had already edited the import to fix the errors but maybe it didn't save properly. Just something be aware of!

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I haven't used HRB in a while but any chance you selected the wrong answer on any questions early in the system about living or working in NYC for 2021?

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Hrb earnings today??

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H&R Block (HRB), Winnebaggo (WGO), Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings (AAWW), Johnson Outdoors (JOUT) and LKQ.

I've been doing some research and I found those companies with good financials. However, I don't know much about them, either their current situation or their potential future growth.

Any advice about them? Would any of them be good stock to buy?

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H&R Block (HRB), Winnebaggo (WGO), Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings (AAWW), Johnson Outdoors (JOUT) and LKQ.

I've been doing some research and I found those companies with good financials. However, I don't know much about them, either their current situation or their potential future growth.

Any advice about them? Would any of them be good stock to buy?

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My leap to credit karma was the year before I bought my first house. HRB costs had climbed over the years and that year they were going to charge over $300 for my taxes.

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I was told by a CPA friend that the new W4 form was supposed to be designed to make things simpler and avoid the number counting from the previous W4 forms. I told him that someone at the IRS got drunk and then wrote the form because it makes no sense.

When I filled out the form earlier this year I filled in out like eight times.

I used a combinaiton of the IRS calculator and the H&R Block calculator at https://www.hrblock.com/w-4-calculator/

HRB gives better directions IMO.

I've already submitted my comments about the new W4 to https://www.improveirs.org/

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