H&R Block Free e-Filing Solves Tax Deadline Dilemma

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Since today is the final working day before the April 17th tax deadline descends, taxpayers who have yet to file their 2011 tax return are scrambling to find a way to get it done in time. Obviously CPAs and other tax professionals are in extremely high demand at this point, so following the principle of supply and demand, their services come at a premium. However, for a fortunate number of taxpayers who qualify for H&R Block free federal e-filing, getting their federal taxes in before the deadline will cost them exactly nothing. Which is why today CouponBuzz.com is featuring a direct link to the H&R Block At Home Free software on their web page dedicated to coupons and special offers from H&R Block.

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...with a great offer like the H&R Block free federal filing, taxpayers have access to impressive software that makes doing your taxes a breeze.

Since today is the final working day before the April 17th tax deadline descends, taxpayers who have yet to file their 2011 tax return are scrambling to find a way to get it done in time. Obviously CPAs and other tax professionals are in extremely high demand at this point, so following the principle of supply and demand, their services come at a premium. However, for a fortunate number of taxpayers who qualify for H&R Block free federal e-filing, getting their federal taxes in before the deadline will cost them exactly nothing. Which is why today CouponBuzz.com is featuring a direct link to the H&R Block At Home Free software on their web page dedicated to coupons and special offers from H&R Block.

“In general, people who are expecting a tax refund tend to file earlier,” said Justin Bowen, CEO at CouponBuzz.com. “Usually those who are procrastinating until the final week are those who are not eager to see the final numbers, and those whose schedule is supremely overbooked. However, with a great offer like the H&R Block free federal filing, taxpayers have access to impressive software that makes doing your taxes a breeze.”

Still, there is important information that taxpayers should know before banking on H&R Block free federal filing to dig them out of their procrastination hole. First, no individual taxpayer with Adjusted Gross Income of more than $57,000 is eligible for the free program. They can still e-file with H&R Block At Home, they will just be required to pay the standard fee for the tax software. Other eligibility criteria that effect the program are age, state of residence, military status, and whether or not they are eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit.

H&R Block free federal filing supports all of the standard tax forms and a great many others. But it is still a good idea for individuals to know exactly what form they are required to file and double-check on the H&R Block website that their federal form is supported free of additional charge. Regardless of whether or not someone is eligible for free federal filing, CouponBuzz.com encourages consumers to take their time to go over their data carefully to ensure they are not making hasty mistakes. Extra time and care spent while filing taxes often results in a larger income tax refund. The link to the H&R Block At Home Free filing software can be found at http://couponbuzz.com/handr-block-coupons.html.

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