Win A Free ‘Copy’ of TaxCut Online

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This promotion has ended, thank you to everyone who entered!

Earlier this week I shared a list of free tax preparation services, so why not end the week with a tax-related giveaway? I was contacted by a PR representative of H&R Block and offered two online codes that would allow two hardworking Americans the ability to take advantage of H&R Block’s TaxCut online service absolutely free.

I ask two things of you:

  • Please read this list of free tax preparation services. Don’t enter if you can get it for free! 🙂
  • Please share with me either the craziest tax related story you heard, the more ridiculous tax deduction you’ve ever heard, or your favorite tax related joke in the comments. (no story/deduction/joke, no entry!)

How will I pick the winner? One winner will be selected at random, one winner will be selected by me.

When does it end? I will select two winners on February 15th, email them, and the PR company will send out the codes as soon as they can. If I email you on the 15th and you don’t respond by the end of the business day on the 19th (Tuesday), I’m picking someone else (sorry!). Tax day is coming up soon so I don’t want to dilly dally, whatever the heck that means.

Good luck!

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4 Responses to “Win A Free ‘Copy’ of TaxCut Online”

  1. TTFK says:

    Considering that everything except state filing fees is already free through their site (I have used them 2 of the past 3 years), what sort of bonus are they exactly offering with this code?

  2. planner says:

    Be careful with H&R Block Taxcut promotions or discounts. I had been using their software for years. I bought their software last year too. A couple of weeks after that they sent me an email offering free online prep and free e-file. I hadn’t entered all of my info on my PC yet, and I would have to pay for e-file if I used the copy I bought, so I went through and filed online. The next week I noticed they had charged me even though all of the screens I went through showed that my total cost for filing was discounted to $0 (free). I have been through several rounds of email with them and they promised to fix the problem. But now it has been almost a year and they are still “looking into it”. The worst part is that after the mystery charges I paid them three times, both for the PC and online programs and for filing. Please consider the other free options out there first.

    If you do use their “free” service watch out for sneaky fees which they might add on as prep, check, support, filing, or service fees. Free is only worth it if you know the real risks and costs.

    Of course if you pick me I’ll probably check out the deal carefully and try to get it in writing (email) from them before using the service. It’s a decent program to use, but only a good offer if it is true.

  3. Rick Morley says:

    Here are two IRS jokes:

    Q. What is the IRS’ official motto?
    A. We’ve got what it takes to take what you’ve got.

    When you put the two words “the” and “IRS” together, it spells “theirs”.

  4. Mrs. Micah says:

    Strippers can deduct implants because they’re part of business expenses. It kind of makes sense, but it’s pretty crazy.

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