What You'll Get
Having your taxes filed by a professional can lead to uncomfortable conversations about whether or not "stage heckler" is a taxable occupation, and why you've included a written request to accept your return in the form of White House grass clippings. Save yourself from taxing inquisitions with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of online tax-preparation products from H&R Block.
H&R Block At Home products provide busy taxpayers with guided software and expert customer service designed to empower them with the cent-saving skills of a level 10 tax master. The easy-to-follow prepping packages are personalized to suit any income, occupation, marital status, or musical taste, and all come with the benefit of a maximum-refund guarantee and professional audit support, if needed. Filers with minimal write-off needs can opt for the basic package ($19.95) to easily import last year's returns and their current info from their personal computer or any H&R Block office. Homeowners, charitable donors, and those who invest in more than time will benefit from the personalized deluxe package ($29.95), which can help decode the reimbursement potential of mortgage interest, donations, and stock sales. The self-employed and those who own rental properties can find maximum aid with the premium software ($49.95), which includes one session of live support from one of H&R Block's tax professionals or a moonlighting Scrooge McDuck.
Aside from making filing easy for the common man and the occasional high-earning circus lion, H&R Block At Home's online prep products come with one free federal e-file (state return is an additional fee), which enables tax payers to receive their returns in as few as eight days, or one Beatles week. The careful tax-perts will even guarantee accurate calculations, and double check your return for common errors, such as forgetting you no longer go by The Artist Formerly Known as John Goodman.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 18, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Online only. Subject to state and federal restrictions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.