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Happy Friday everyone! I am happy to report that last Saturday, I was able to get my tax preparation forms completed and sent off the the accountant. It took a few hours of focused effort on my part, but I am very glad to have finished it!
Seeing as how it is tax season and that many of my friends and readers out there have mentioned that they do their taxes online using tax software (Turbotax 2011, etc), I wanted to give away a little tax season “present!”
Or, in this case, 5 presents, to help you all get your taxes done and collect your refunds faster!
I will be giving away 5 free copies of the H&R Block At Home Premium edition (online) valued up to $55 each (to cover the sales tax or part of state filings). You can enter the giveaway by doing any/all of the following:
Note: You must leave a comment on this post with your email address and what steps you have taken to get points to win the software.
10) Participate in the Cheapskate Jake $25 Amazon gift card giveaway by clicking here and leaving a comment about your favorite cheapskate story!
Disclaimer: I was provided a review copy of the H&R Block premium online edition, but that did not influence the content of this giveaway. The giveaway copies are also provided by H&R Block. I am also an affiliate of H&R Block and after I send the code, I am not responsible for anything further.
How about you all? Do you all use an accountant or Do-It-Yourself tax software to file your taxes? Which do you think is better?
Share your experiences by commenting below!
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